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Easy, old build that comes with floats/wheels, and it's own base. Just plain fun !
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Craig Abrahamson said on June 8, 2015
Just what do those triangular markings represent, Joe...?
Joe Caputo said on June 8, 2015
Netherlands Air Force
Wouldn't have gotten that one. 🙁
Jaime Carreon said on June 8, 2015
You got her done! Looks great, the floats just add something to that airplane that the wheeled landing gear just didn't pull off.
Gary Jordan said on June 8, 2015
Great build Joe , a golden oldie from the days when HAWK had some of the best models on the hobby store shelves .
Rob Pollock said on June 9, 2015
Clean looking aircraft, and the rigging gives it that extra lift in the detail.
Simon Whitney said on June 9, 2015
Lovely little build there Joe.
Well done mate.
Paul van Acker said on June 9, 2015
Nice build. Go the Dutch. 🙂
Greg Kittinger said on June 9, 2015
Nice clean build, and always enjoy the unusual subject!
Brian Riedel said on June 9, 2015
Love it! I have one in the stash, although I will be using the base for a 1/72 Airfix Arado 196 which fits perfectly!
George Williams said on June 11, 2015
You certainly know how to get the best out of these old kits, Joe, another great model.
Robert Royes said on March 24, 2016
Great build, a bit of trivia. Who manufactured the actual floats?
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on March 24, 2016
Gonna guess Edo.
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