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BREWESTER 239 ,BW-374, 2/HLeLv 24,Suulajarvi,FINNLAND, maj.1944
Model made 20 years ago enriched with Eduard etched parts
Coloured with xtracolor.
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Rick Wilkes said on December 17, 2014
Well done P.K., always like to see Brewsters in Finish colors. The Finns had the best performing version flown by pilots that had the time to learn its strengths
Craig Abrahamson said on December 17, 2014
For a second there, I thought you re-posted your Gladiator…looked like the same scheme – oh wait….there’s only ONE wing. Anyhow….your 20 year-old build looks great. I was buildin ‘ 20 years ago (at least), and I don’t think I’ve really improved much at all (..sigh..) 🙁
AL HOFFMAN said on December 17, 2014
Stubby little thing isn’t it? Nice to see an aircraft from off the beaten path. Do you remember whose kit it is?
Just saw the Hasegawa name in your tag.
P.k said on December 17, 2014
I apologize manufacturer Hasegawa!
I have one in stock that will probably after the war paint.
And two Classic Airframe in 1/48 for the coming years
bob mack said on December 17, 2014
Bernd Müller said on December 17, 2014
Nice “Blast from the Past” P.k !
Simon Whitney said on December 17, 2014
Lovely little Brewster.
Even better for being built 20 years ago.
Bill Koppos said on December 17, 2014
Hi I am too, a Fann of anything Finnish. The Brewster being a favorite. Nice looking model.
George Williams said on December 17, 2014
It’s certainly a nice looking model, P.K., and twenty years old, wow!
Paul Mahoney said on December 18, 2014
I’ll echo the others – I like the Buffalo in Finnish markings, and I like your build – well done!
California Steve said on December 18, 2014
1/72? You are a modeling madman Ian. Very cool.
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