WINDSOCK International,Vol.19,No.4 (h)
THIS is the July/August 2003 number with a diversely fascinating content, beginning with Dave Roberts who examines Fokker D.VII Balkenkreuz anomalies supported by colour photos of original D.VII lozenge-covered wing fabric to prove that more than one size of this legendary material existed... Alberto Casirati concludes his three part study of Italian Savoia Pomilio designs by taking a look at the SP.4 pushers with photos,service use and modelling tips,whilst Lance Krieg offers the lead feature:eight detailed pages of build-notes with colour images,monotone photos and sketches that really elevate Eduard's 1:48 scale Albatros D.II. Greg Van Wyngarden pitches in with a centre spread photo archive that documents the type with eight rarely-published photos, and their are profiles on the rear cover! On other pages,Bruce Robertson relates the turbulent history of Jack Canary's Sopwith Snipe E6938 with some wonderfully historic images, and we have a colour feature on the Smithsonian's unique Felixstowe F.5 hull restoration.Regulars such as Reader's Toolbench and 'Gallery, news items and book reviews are topped off with six pages of kit reviews that include a world exclusive on Roden's 1:72 scale Felixstowe F.2A, a selection of exotic ultra-unique resins from Chorozy Modelbud and Ardpol, plus the Pegasus 1:72 scale SPAD VII C.1 with a full page of Ian Stair drawings from the long out-of- print Datafile No.7 appearing alongside.One copy only in good nick.
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