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Allan J Withers
1/72 PZW, OOB in my own scheme with MM and Humbrol enamels, with Future over Hobycraft decals from the spares box.
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Robert Royes said on September 1, 2018
Real nice ,Alan! something different too. looks like an older kit?
Allan J Withers said on September 2, 2018
Thanks Robert, 1980’s !!
Craig Abrahamson said on September 1, 2018
Don’t see these modeled often…..nice job.
Stellan Schroeder Englund said on September 1, 2018
Just love your models, Alan. This is no exception. Beautiful paint job as always. Nice to see something civilian every now ant then. Looks like it could have stayed up for ever and ever, a true beauty.
Thanks Stellan, they make a nice change !!
Marc Barris said on September 2, 2018
Great job Alan, love the gliders.
gary sausmikat said on September 2, 2018
Allan, Very nice. So graceful looking. It does have a great vintage look.
Thanks Gary, a nice era for gliders !!
bob mack said on September 2, 2018
fine work Alan
Stephen W Towle said on September 3, 2018
pleasingly graceful and stylish in appearance or manner.
Allan J Withers said on September 3, 2018
Greg Kittinger said on September 4, 2018
Very nice! Don’t see gliders very often.
Allan J Withers said on September 5, 2018
Thanks Greg, not that popular I guess !!
John D Gallaspy said on September 7, 2018
Really nice, Allan! I’m inspired to go ahead and build one of my PZW kits, even without photos to support. I later got a couple more of the same series, but this time under the label M&H Bracia Darscy. One feature of these kits was a somewhat crude representation of fabric sag between wing structure on the aft part of the wings. I don’t see any sign of this on your pictures, did you putty these areas in?
Allan J Withers said on September 7, 2018
Thanks John, no putty just paint !!
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