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Pedro L. Rocha said on February 2, 2019
Love it! It’s a shame that no mainstream brand has the Potez available in 1/48, it sure deserves it. Azur, on the hands of a competent and patient modeler like you does build into a stunning replica. Kudos to you, a magnificent model even more in Hellenic colours
Tom Bebout said on February 2, 2019
I like it, any issues with this kit?
Tzigkounakis Tasos said on February 6, 2019
it’s ok,if you are an experince modeller then everythink it’s ok.
mmmmm…….i forgot you need putty and sand paper hahahahaah!!!!
George Henderson said on February 2, 2019
Very cool and i agree with Pedro
dale travis said on February 2, 2019
Great looking build and nice to see it in the Greek markings.
Craig Abrahamson said on February 2, 2019
Good-lookin’ build….nicely finished and detailed.
Stephen W Towle said on February 2, 2019
Well done, well done indeed. There are a lot of aircraft that are left forgotten or pushed by the way side by war and conquering armies. This model proves other wise. It reminds me a lot of the Me-110 and must have had the same limitations. Two thumbs up on this one.
Tom Cleaver said on February 2, 2019
The Potez was seriously underpowered, compared to the Bf-110. Two 850hp engines, vs two 1100 hp engines.
Very nice work on this. I’ve done this kit myself and know what a challenge it is to get it right. You did a great job besting this.
I’m curious what the time-frame of use of this airplane by the HAF was. I ask because those are US-style WW2 bombs, which wouldn’t have been available before 1942.
RHAF used this airplains on1939 since Luftwaffe destroy them,this bombs was made in Greece after US authority.
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Greg Kittinger said on February 4, 2019
A great job on a rarely seen subject.
Thank you for the comments,i am glad you like it
Nikos Parts said on February 13, 2019
Μπράβο Τάσο … εξαιρετικό !
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