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Cant Z.501

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Category:Aircraft - Propeller
Aircraft - Propeller
Used from:1934-1950
Used by:Military
Manufacturer:IT Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Model:Cant Z.501

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Ben STONE Finished this a while ago with added rigging and finish coat.
14. March 2015, 10:09
Cristian Bordina I like it very much. Compliments !!! :D
14. March 2015, 10:21
Ben STONE Thank you Christian. This kit has opened up the world of float planes, Italian float planes and the glorious craft of the Schneider Trophy.
14. March 2015, 10:23
Rui S Interesting subject and a nice paint job...
14. March 2015, 11:44
Hanno Kleinecke Excellent job Ben, that plane looks fantastic ! I´m very much interested in the planes of the Schneider era too, sadly there are very little kits available in 1/72nd. I´ve found about three of them , some pretty old . Too exotic maybe.....
14. March 2015, 12:29
Choppa Nutta I like it, elegant :)
14. March 2015, 12:54
Ben STONE Thank you for your kind words gentlemen.
Hanno, I totally agree regarding the lack of kits on the subject. Aerotech do quite a few but they're 1/32 and that's probably getting too big for me. Noix do 1/48's but so far they're hard to come by. I don't mind getting to know a plane via a crap kit and spending more money on a better kit later on a plane that really takes my interest. The Macchi Castoldi MC. 72 is just that, proven and pure thoroughbred.
14. March 2015, 13:05
Gustavo Antonelli Congrats , excellent job
14. March 2015, 17:15
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14. April 2014, 13:36
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19. November 2013, 18:05
Juan M Leria
Well, we need a decision and rules on this matter.
Sometime ago I included this kit into 'Italeri' company, as it was told to me to proceed with the 'Italaerei' kits.
Now, somebody opened 'Italaerei' company with three kits, two of them duplicated, already included under 'Italeri' label.
What we do? Do we open new company for each name change?
To merge or not to merge, that's the question.....
27. November 2012, 12:35
scalemates should be merged into italeri
27. November 2012, 12:37
scalemates at the bottom of the Italeri profile page you can read:

Multiple versions of the company name Italeri can be found on the web.
These variants include: 'Italaerei','Italerie'.
27. November 2012, 12:38
Juan M Leria And what we do with other companies? Such as 'ESCI' & 'ESCI/ERTL', or 'Matchbox' & 'Matchbox/AMT'
27. November 2012, 12:57
scalemates - ESCI/ERTL and ESCI are for me the same, the name would be ESCI (with synonym attached ESCI/ERTL)... reasoning: It is the ESCI brand, part of the ERTL group.
- AMT/ERTL is for me AMT, reasoning: It is the AMT brand, part of the ERTL group.
- Matchbox/AMT is for me Matchbox... same reasoning.
27. November 2012, 13:14
scalemates my opinion... open to change it... as long as we have a good reasoning behind it (which is simple)
27. November 2012, 13:16
scalemates Revell is now part of Hobbyco, it remains Revell for me... if in 2 years they add a small "Hobbyco" below the logo it remains Revell
27. November 2012, 13:18
scalemates Matchbox kits released under Revell label, because Revell bought these are Revell. The brand Matchbox is gone.
27. November 2012, 13:20
Urban Gardini I agree fully with all that you've said here...
27. November 2012, 14:41
Luc B sounds good! would it be a compromise to have a timeline on company profile pages. So from year x to y you see the AMT logo, next it turns into AMT/ERTL. So people know that AMT profile pages isalso for AMT/Ertl?
27. November 2012, 14:51
scalemates Luc, good idea but don't if the work is worth these few exceptions
27. November 2012, 15:06

 

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