Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 (oz13217)
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Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9. Rubber scale model German WWII fighter.
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Quote: "This is a rather crude pencil-drawn plan of a Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 that I created about 40 years ago...or so...originally a peanut scale model that I've recently resurrected at 'dime scale.' I apologize for the lack of graphics sophistication, but such were the times way back when. Beware the wing center-section should one decide to build the wing as a single unit...plan is in error. Merely double the width of the center section and things should be in order. Prop blades were intended to give the appearance of those big Luftwaffe wooden paddles used on Jumo engines. Canopy was constructed in the Comet Models style, utilizing a simple paper pattern. Color scheme represents that of JV-44's 'Parrot Staffel,' flying top cover for 262 takeoffs and landings. Thanks for everything, Steve and Marry... be happy, live long and prosper!"
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User commentsA simple yet well turned out model, the worst I could say is I hope it flew well! Graphics sophistication is not really a requirement, Pres Bruning never added a touch of ink to his plans and they're beautiful as they are, so why fret. Thanks again Neal, a fine model and I can glimpse a few interesting shadows in the backgrounds of the photos :-)
Miguel - 05/08/2021
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