My last build for 2020:
Armored Austro-Hungarian Romfell car, 1915. Only a few prototypes were built because some generals and the emperor Franz Joseph I thought that thing would scare the horses during a war...
So better to push your innovativ[...]
Copper State Models of Latvia made their name producing fine quality World War One aeroplane kits in plastic and resin in 1:48 scale and aftermarket accessories in 1:72, 1:48, 1:32, and 1:28 scales.
Enter the 1:32 scene, where Copper State Mode[...]
The S.M.1 was developed from 1915 by aircraft designer René Moineau for the Salmson-Moineau company, to meet the French military A3 specification, which called for a three-seat long range reconnaissance aircraft with strong defensive armament. [...]
The Caudron G.IV was a French twin-engine biplane widely used during World War I as a reconnaissance/bomber aircraft. Its tailplanes were mounted on an open latticework structure normally associated with pusher aircraft, yet the e[...]
The Hannover CL.II (from a Bavarian squadron in 1918) is from Wingnut Wings in 1:32 scale. Paired with it is the German Ordnance Team from Copper State Models.