Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Horten Ho-229

Ho-229 V3 was found by American troops at Gotha's
Friedrichsrode factory on April 14, 1945.

Initially it was conceieved as a private venture it was to recive revolutionary turbojet as its powerplant ...and it was order into production as a front line fighter for declining Luftwaffe...

The only surviving Horten 229 is the V3, which is held in storage in the Smithsonian's Paul. E. Garber facility.


The model is 1/72 scale Revell kit Horten Ho-229 (designed to have two 30mm-MK-108 cannons as A-1 version).
Model is painted with authentic German colors (Gunze Sangyo)...




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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Review 1/72 Rafale C by Hobby Boss


Review 1/72 Rafale C by Hobby Boss


The Rafale is a twin-engine, multi-role aircraft designed to provide improved survivability, lethality, availability and maintainability over current Mirage 2000 aircraft. The Rafale aircraft family will be operational well into the 21st century, beyond 2040.

Instruction... very nice, with color profiles...


Clear parts are excellent!

The decals are in register and colours are glossy. (low visibility)





The parts are very nice and surface detail is excellent.






Also are included ‚‚MICA" and ‚‚APACHE" in the box.





Highly Recommended.

Review © 2010 by Dusan Lekic