9.BUILDING THE WINGNUT WINGS HALBERSTADT CL.II
Our ninth modelling Special is devoted to the Wingnut Wings Halberstadt Cl.II kits. For those modellers seeking to get the very best from these fine models, WWI aero-historian and long-time modeller Ray Rimell presents a comprehensive handbook of 54 colourful and image-drenched pages enabling readers to achieve perfect results. With over 200 illustrations, this lavish monograph provides an extensive build-log for the early version Halberstadt kit with expanded coverage of painting and decal applications steering enthusiasts towards an authentic and convincing finish. All key aspects are covered, from super-detailing the cockpits, Mercedes engine, armament and observer's gun ring fittings, to the correct use of specialist decals when reproducing printed fabric and 'scumbled' fuselage camouflage applications. Ronny Bar presents nine all-new colour profiles, including a multi-view centre-spread, and there's a unique gallery of rare wartime images, most previously unpublished and reproduced to generous format.
This exciting title also includes a special Hannover 'postscript' with rare colour close-ups of the licence-built FF.7 Hauk (Hannover Cl.V) preserved in Norway, offering plenty of internal detail reference. An invaluable addition to our popular series of 'Hawa' publications.
Comprehensive after-market accessory and decal listings, plus jargon-buster and an extensive bibliography, complete the latest Wingnut Special which offers a veritable feast of modelling expertise and invaluable full-size data for these agile and highly-effective German WWI two-seaters. Whilst the focus of the content is on the WNW kits, this high-quality Special will prove a real investment for those building model Halberstadts in any scale and the perfect companion to our WNW Hannover Special published in September 2019!