wilky I managed to find the Fokker kits. According to the reviews the S.E.5 isn't a very correct representation of the actual aircraft
30. April 2017 at 01:04:08
Robert W Martel Hmmm,,, too bad,,, . From what I see the Roden 1/48 SE5 looks decent, but would be pretty small, and their 1/32 Fokker D.VI doesn't seem bad. ??
30. April 2017 at 03:22:13
wilky I forgot to put that it is the Hasegawa S.E.5 I was referring to.
I don't know anything about the Roden kits
30. April 2017 at 03:30:09
Robert W Martel what am I talkin about, I don't need German planes anyway! only the Red Baron triplane! Allied aircraft. I don't have room for the whole world of planes!! The SE5 is cool, but they're near $60.
30. April 2017 at 03:30:34
wilky I'm the same except that the A.F.C. operated the S.E.5a so I want them
30. April 2017 at 03:33:59
Robert W Martel Oh cool! yea I like the SE5, guess I'll have to get one,,,, lol
30. April 2017 at 05:10:05
wilky I just checked out the Roden S.E.5a and all three scales have A.F.C. markings. So three more on the wishlist.
None of them have the A.F.C. markings mentioned in their Scalemates listings so I had to research the reviews to verify
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