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Hello

I would like to show you a couple of my models. The first one is 1:48 scale, and made from the Academy kit. It's a model of the Czechoslovakian Avia S-99. The aircraft was based on the fuselage of the Messerschmidt Bf 109 G-14. The fuselage was mated with the Jumo 211 F engine. This resulted in an aircraft that handled so badly, that it acquired the nickname "mule".

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The next one, is a model of the Fieseler Storch Fi 156 C-1. It's in 1:72 scale, and made from a Heller kit. The ski under carriage, ski rack under the fuselage and tank, is scratch built. The original aircraft operated in Norway in 1940. It was flown on a mission, along the norwegian/swedish border, and landed by a mistake, on the frozen swedish lake Katterjaure. The aircraft was painted in winther camouflage, with no national markings. The only markings was the letter codes under the wing.

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The next one, is a model of the Fieseler Storch Fi 156 C-1. It's in 1:72 scale, and made from a Heller kit. The ski under carriage, ski rack under the fuselage and tank, is scratch built. The original aircraft operated in Norway in 1940. It was flown on a mission, along the norwegian/swedish border, and landed by a mistake, on the frozen swedish lake Katterjaure. The aircraft was painted in winther camouflage, with no national markings. The only markings was the letter codes under the wing.

I like this one it is very beautiful: :love:

Thank you for sharing

SSG Luna, Lorenzo

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The next one, is a model of the Fieseler Storch Fi 156 C-1. It's in 1:72 scale, and made from a Heller kit. The ski under carriage, ski rack under the fuselage and tank, is scratch built. The original aircraft operated in Norway in 1940. It was flown on a mission, along the norwegian/swedish border, and landed by a mistake, on the frozen swedish lake Katterjaure. The aircraft was painted in winther camouflage, with no national markings. The only markings was the letter codes under the wing.

Hello!

Snoopy

Very nice Built. :jumping::jumping::jumping::jumping::jumping:

All the best

Nesredep

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