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Remember, I had promised to build a SPAD-13.
At this time, an old set of the Academy.
Happy viewing! Sincerely, Vlad.
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Simon Whitney said on August 31, 2014
Looks great Vlad.
Thank you for posting
Korolev Vlad said on August 31, 2014
Thank you, Simon!
Best regards, Vlad.
Craig Abrahamson said on August 31, 2014
Nice pics, Vlad…so what’s the wingspan of a 72nd scale Spad….6″ ?
Thank you, Craig!
Sorry, but I do not understand the question. I do not know much English. Google translator also could not help me. When translating, lost meaning.
Seems to have realized. Me “6” confused.
Thanks….109mm is approximately 4 1/4 ” (inches). Pretty small…!
And don’t feel bad, it’s the metric measurements that have ME confused. I had to resort to using a conversion chart – 🙁
AL HOFFMAN said on August 31, 2014
Always enjoy your posts Vlad.
Al, thank you!
Tom Cleaver said on August 31, 2014
Nice work on it. I wonder what company originally released that, it looks pretty “chunky” – nothing against what you did, in fact, making a more primitive kit like that look better is a greater achievement. But it’s lost that “delicate” look for WW1 fighters – which the SPAD VII has got.
Bernd Müller said on September 1, 2014
Great work on a crude old kit, you made it shine! The rigging on your
1/72 kits are stunning.
I guess there is no real need for modern moulded kits for you 🙂
Korolev Vlad said on September 1, 2014
Tom, Bernd, thank you! 🙂
Gregor d said on September 1, 2014
Great work as always 🙂
Gregor, thank you!
Frank Cronin said on February 23, 2015
Looks great as with all your builds
Korolev Vlad said on February 24, 2015
Frank, thank you!
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