BR14 B2 HI TECH 1/48. I do again the different part of cockpit with evergreen.
I had a lot of difficulty for have a inside document. Maybe, It's possible
that it's a mix of reconnaissance and bomber plane.
I send you a view of BR14 B2 HI TECH 1/48. I do again the different part of
cockpit with evergreen. I had a lot of difficulty for have a inside document.
Maybe, It's possible that it's a mix of reconnaissance and bomber plane.
Kit: Scratch (1:48)
Scratch built from Evergreen plastic stock, stretched sprue and electrical
Update of Jean-Pascal's Salmson. This is all scratch built. Jean-Pascal
has used the Windsock datafile and Jim Landon's build site http://groups.msn.com/Salmson2A2/_homepage.msnw?pgmarket=en-us
I have finishing the Sal 2A after 6 month of working..... What do you
think about ? It's the vacu kit of wing's models. They have a lot work
for arrived at this kit. He is not very good but....... when you put the
pieces on the Windstock book, you understand.
Kit: Roden (1:48)
I had a lot of problems with the clear fuselage. This is difficult plastic to work with.
Kit: Special Hobby (1:48)
Lieutenant Dorme's 150 CV Spad VII. Flown at Manoncourt in february-march 1917
and Spad VII number 392 in which he was killed.
Kit: Dragon (1:48)
The 220 horsepower Spad XIII flown by Joseph Guiguet.
He flew this plane at SPA 167 at Melette near Chalon sur Marne in September 1918.
Spad XII of Nungesser, Spa 65
Spad XIII of Adj. Jacques Roques of SPA 48.