FW 190 (oz1257)


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Focke-Wulf 190. Free flight scale rubber power German fighter.

Update 15/02/2018: Added paint colour scheme and box art pic, thanks to NicholasTucker.

Dear Mary, FW 190 oz1257 by Albert Hatfull (18" span version). I noticed that for some of the last KK Flying Scale series to be marketed, c.1975, KK added a paint scheme and a new box to some of their WW2 planes.
The box art is by a certain Millington and the paint-scheme by T. Colbourne. I suppose KK were trying to compete with the more recent popular static plastic models: Britfix, Revel etc. I think they were. Kind regards Nicholas

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Here are two photos of the Keil Kraft FW 190 I built in the 1980s for Round The Pole flying [more pics 003, 004]. The KK, Veron, Comet, Guillows etc small rubber scale models were perfect for conversion to RTP.
ChrisPinn - 25/11/2016
Dear Mary - another lock down build [pics 006-008]. I substituted depron for the tail feather sheet surfaces in the FW plan, also 'planked-in' the front end as you can see. I built two of the FW's in my early teens (1968-1970?)... Kind Regards,
Nick Johnson - 17/06/2020
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