Pascal GARAT Wonderful kit, highly recommended!
Barracuda cast resin parts are also highly recommended: extremely well detailed and not expensive
16. March 2013 at 20:19:56
Albi Hitz I got one in my stash and the Spitfire Mk. Ixc from Tamiya on the bench and i'm extremely enthusiastic about the 1/32 kits.
I want an early one and a late version so i will build a second one ...
Thanks for the hint with the resine parts. I will have a look.
16. March 2013 at 21:11:27
Pascal GARAT You're welcome Albi.
I've already built one and started another one: D-5 with the G.Preddy "Cripes A'Mighty" scheme.
Resin cockpit and radio from Roy are awesome.
Aghis Barberopoulos Actually 4! Autumn 1944: Kurt took off from Langenhagen field Hanover for a flight to Kottbus to attend a conference. Right after take off, 4 P-51's were on his tail. All he needed to do was to hit methanol-water injection button, and...the mustang pilots were rubbing their eyes...
13. September 2011 at 14:15:45
Aghis Barberopoulos And this was nothing compared to the time he escaped from two spitfires on his favourite Fw 58 !!! But that is another story...
13. September 2011 at 14:21:51
Holger Kranich I think i have to know more about those nerv-wrecking storys! Kurt was a: Harter Hund!
13. September 2011 at 14:43:33
Aghis Barberopoulos Ha! Kurt Tank's life is full of impossible feats! Ever read how he managed to get away from the americans and get to Argentina ? Unbelievable story! Need a couple of cases of Jever for that one
13. September 2011 at 14:58:21
Holger Kranich That sound great Aghis! No question, we have to meet us when time allows in the future! Greece is even a destination for me as a touristexpert
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