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Air Modeller No 65 April/May 2016  977205959600165


Air Modeller No 65 April/May 2016 (AFV Modeller 977205959600165)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Aircraft Modelling Magazin
ISBN/Box:977205959600165
Publisher/Brand:AFV Modeller
Format:a4
No. Pages:65
Version:sb
Language:English
Availability:only 3 remaining

This product was added to our database on Tuesday 29 March 2016.


Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aircraft Modelling Magazin, ISBN/Box 977205959600165, Publisher/Brand AFV Modeller, Format a4, No. Pages 65, Version sb, Language English

Contents:

Short Stirling Part Two
Megas Tsonos continues his multipart 1:48 scratchbuilt project to build the British heavy bomber.

Prime-time MiG-31
Julien Hacoun gets to grips with the big MiG from AMK.

Mosquito PR.XVI
Adrian Davies converts Tamiya’s seventy-second Mossie.

Mi-24A Hind
Metodi Metodiev goes big on detail with Zvezda’s small-scale Hind.

Kittyhawk
Paolo Portuesi’s P-40 from Hasegawa in 1:32.

Me Bf109F2
Emmanuel Pernes shows us why Zvezda’s 1:48 109’s are such a big hit.



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