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Windsock International Vol 29 No 2 March-April 2013  WINDSOCK INTL

Windsock International Vol 29 No 2 March-April 2013 (Albatros WINDSOCK INTL)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Aviation Magazin
No. Pages:40
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This product was added to our database on Thursday 6 June 2013.

Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box WINDSOCK INTL, Series Windsock, Publisher/Brand Albatros, No. Pages 40

THE Sopwith Snipe features strongly in our March/April edition with exclusive pictorial coverage to support reviews of the new Wingnut Wings kits: a packed centrespread of colour profiles and four pages of detailed close-ups of the TVAL reproduction in New Zealand-over 34 images to inspire the modeller.Also in this edition-Colin Owers covers experimental USAS day camouflage with many rare photos and spectacular Roland D.VIb colour profiles from Juanita Franzi; Lance Krieg concludes Chapter Eight of his popular Modelling Master Class series;we look at a rare Swedish Friedrichshafen bomber;a Russian Roland is revisited;and there's a great scratchbuilding and painting feature on a 1:32 scale German pilot figure! All the regulars,plus extended Readers' Gallery, with kit/decal reviews and BMW engine photos supporting our assessment of the WNW Fokker D.VIIF.Latest accessory news round off another great issue!

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