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Planes for VAS

Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:54 am
by rcbecker1
Well I built some planes (Meaning Assembled) and repainted others. Some have been completed for a while just needed to post them. Heres a few below.

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CR.42

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CR.42

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Aircobra's and Mustangs

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Aircobra's and Mustangs

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CR.32

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CR.32

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Vindicators

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Vindicators

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Hellcats

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Dauntless

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Unpainted

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Dauntless

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Fairey Fulmers, Fairey Albacores, Fairey Swordfish, Sea Hurricanes.

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Seafires

Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:38 pm
by Rolls Dice
Nice. I'm struggling for ideas about what to use for planes with my 1/3000 WW2 Med. stuff. What manufacturer / scale are yours?

Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 11:48 pm
by rcbecker1
Im using A&A WAS 1/900 scale and Figurehead 1/1200 scale planes.

I looked up Navwar 1/3000 planes. you could mount to 2 or 3 to a base. would look great but they are small be carefull putting them together.

SWORDFISH (15)
Code - 3MA01
£1.10
Qty :Description - SWORDFISH x 15 3MA01 - Individual Aircraft NOT Based - 2 or 3 seater Fleet Torpedo and reconnaissance aircraft. First saw service in 1937. Served throughout World War 11. Max Speed 154 mph Range 750 miles Service Ceiling 19,250 ft Armament 1 fixed Vickers mg 1 Lewis Gun Able to carry 1 x 18" TT or 1 x 1500 lb mine or 8 rockets Some models show wings folded ready to be struck down below decks

Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 6:21 pm
by Rolls Dice
Does anyone have photo's of Navwar planes, please?

Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:41 pm
by afilter
Like rcbecker1 I have many WaS planes which work well unaltered.

I have also used the 1/1200 by CAP AERO. I cannot imagine going any smaller then 1/1200 as fighters are staring to get pretty small at that scale.

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Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:45 am
by rcbecker1
I assume at that scale you glue several on a base same as WAS Maybe glue the wings together as WAS. I have seen some glued on the base with no wire or glued on clear plastic then fold the platic into a traingle so they are at the top.

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Could not find any 1/3000
rcbecker1