LET Z-37T Agro Turbo (KP 1/72)
This is my entry in the Teeth & Fangs Group Build, maybe a little bit unexpected – a non-military airplane with such nose art. LET Z-37T is a turboprop version of a Z-37 – an agricultural aircraft which was manufactured in Czechoslovakia in mid 80-th.
KP issued a Z-37 kit last year, and Z-37T variant earlier this year. As its prototype, Z-37T kit is based on the Z-37. It's a classic Czech short-run kit, so no 3D CAD modelling and other modern stuff – be prepared.
WIP thread is here – https://imodeler.com/groups/teeth-fangs-gb/forum/topic/the-angry-farmer-let-z-37t-agro-turbo/
Thanks for watching!
Very nice Dmitry...reminds of the Piper Pawnee.
@craigindaytona Thanks, Craig! Pawnee is also a some kind of a beautiful airplane.
It’s a spectacular model Dmitry. Solidly built, it’s colourful, exotic even, and like you say not a plane one would think seeing a sharkmouth.
That hardware on the underside, a fumigation device?
The device is for making contrails to control the people... 😉
@holzhamer Thank you Pedro for organizing this GB!
PS. Actually I don't know the real name of this device, so let it be The Fumigation Device 😀
wonderful...reminds me of Dusty in planes
@p38j Thanks Bob!
It”s always nice to see colorful civil aircrafts.
Thank you, Dmitry for posting!
@shunichi654 Thank you, Shun!
This is a very cool plane ! I like it a lot.
@lgardner Thanks Louis!
Great finish on a very purposeful looking plane.
@Haslam55 Thanks Haslam!
Excellent build! I heard that this kit had a few issues, and it seems you managed to handle all of those.
@pikofix Thanks Csaba! Yes, it's not a easy one, but not that bad.
It was great to follow this in the "teeth..." group.
Turned out rather nice in the end, and a worthy entrant indeed to the mostly military builds there! Great choice of kit.
@airbum Thank you Erik for following the build and for commenting!
That is one of the coolest models I’ve seen in a while! Nice build.
@angus64 Thanks Jim!
Nicely done Dmitry, looks good and different !
@kalamazoo Thank you Allan!