NEW! FOKKER F.I/DR.I Model Special by Ray Rimell/ Richard Alexander

Menu

Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008

£6.75
Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008
Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008
Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008
Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008
Volume 24 No. 4 - July/Aug 2008
* RE8 unit colours * First of 2-part plans feature for the large Mickl Type G trimotor flying boat * Rare Albatros C.XII photos * 4 new classic kit releases: Roden 1:32 Albatros D.I, Nieuport 28 and 1:72 Staaken, plus Eduard 1:48 Fokker Triplane
LES Rogers opens proceedings with Part 6 of his RAF RE8 unit survey looking at Harry Tates from Nos.59,67 Squadrons and No.1 AFC with eleven archive photos and three more colour profiles form Bob Pearson.We take a detailed look at Roden's 1:32 scale Albatros D.I fighter and Greg VanWyngarden backs it all up with a double page spread of six archive images accompanied by his usual well-informed captions.George Haddow reaches the 15th installment of his Austro-Hungarian Naval series with the first in a two part appraisal of the Mickl Type G three-engined flying boat;there are ten photos,a four page pull-out of 1:72 scale drawings and Bob Pearson is on hand once again with three rear cover colour plates.We present a four page in-depth review of Eduard's Richthofen brothers' combined kit Der Rote Flieger and support it with four rare Triplane images rarely published that highlight little- known areas of this classic fighter. In similar vein we have reviews of the Roden Aviatik-built Staaken with colour images of  a preserved engine power egg in Poland and our four page review od the same company's 1:32 Nieuport 28 carries contemporary airframe detail sketcher and another great colour spread from Ronny Bar showing side profiles and full camouflage planforms for two AEF examples. All the regular features are here to create yet  another stunning edition!
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.18kg
product review overlay image

Customer reviews

No reviews left yet
Write a review

No reviews have been left for this product, be the first to leave a review