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It’s time to leave Nam era planes for while and lets start this new model from Sword U-125a more photos from build will come soon 🙂
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Craig Abrahamson said on October 19, 2018
I’ll be watchin’ this one with great anticipation….sharp-lookin’ aircraft – nice lines.
Robert Royes said on October 19, 2018
Nice looking aircraft.
paul teixeira said on October 19, 2018
This should be an interesting and unique build in 1/72. Dont see many of these types. I built a very similar model recently but in 1/48. It is the French Military version of the Falcon. I am not sure if this is the same jet but looks similar. I liked it b/c I had never built this type of aircraft before. I am really looking forward to this build.
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Leoš Penčák said on October 19, 2018
This pláně Is based on Hawker 800 as i remember
Ray Seppala said on October 20, 2018
Correct, Paul’s images are of a 1/48 Dassault Falcon 10 and the Sword release is the Hawker 800 in military guise
Its new model coming from sword Models production official release Is in november Its good that owner od sword Is my friend 😉
Looking forward to seeing how this build goes. I am very interested in getting a couple of these.
Alex Tratensek said on October 26, 2018
Dear Leos: does the kit come with parts needed to convert it to a standard civilian Hawker 800? Does Sword intend to make a business jet version? Looking forward to the build in any case!
Leoš Penčák said on October 26, 2018
Dear Alexander as i see on kit it will be not possible ( i mean in easy way 🙂 cos the radome under plane is part of fuselnage. And the fusselnage is diffrent than standart civilian jet , cos number of windows is different ( ok thats not so big problem 🙂 but on both sides are big observer windows and strengtennig around them .
P.S. sorry for my english im grammar nazi 🙂
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Alex Tratensek said on October 27, 2018
Leos: no problem! I understood everything you wrote–your English is better than you think. Perhaps Sword can follow up this kit with a civilian version, which is something to suggest to your friend at Sword, at least, because the civilian version is more widely used. The USAF used a camouflaged version of the civilian airframe a few years back for NAVAID calibration.
Leos: no problem! I understood everything you wrote–your English is better than you think. Perhaps Sword can follow with a civilian version, which is something to suggest to your friend at Sword, at least, because the civilian version is more widely used. The USAF used a camouflaged civilian airframe a few years back for NAVAID calibration.
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