Tiger Moth (oz167)
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Tiger moth. Rubber dime scale Tiger Moth model.
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by Joe Konefes
from Comet (ref:A-157)
Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Kit
formers incomplete :(
Found online 05/04/2011 at:
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Credit*: kenny e
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User commentsAs a tribute to Comet Model Airplane Company as well as my own model-building roots, I present to you [main pic, 003-006] the Comet dime-scale (16" wingspan) de Havilland Tiger Moth (oz167)...a classic model for an aviation Classic. Thanks again, Steve and Mary!
Neal Green - 23/08/2021
Hello,I am always surprised by the quality and precision of your work. Very admiring of the result. Frankly, to have tested the peanut formula, you need fairy fingers ;-) Congratulations, Olivier
Olivier - 29/08/2021
Thank you, Olivier. I've been playing with this hobby for nearly three quarters of a century now. It never seems to grow "old." Simplicity has a beauty all its own. It's all in the finish. Thanks again for your interest.
Neal - 29/08/2021
As always, Neal, a beautiful construct of a true classic.
Jan Novick - 29/08/2021
Hi Jan...good to "hear" from you...and thanks for your comment. Outerzone is like a time-machine...takes me back to younger days. I am so fond of these vintage plans...it is such a pleasure to provide a "face" for them. This plan...a dollar would have been enough to get me to town on the bus, purchase a model and tube of glue, see a movie...and then get me home again. I'd have had the box open during the bus-ride home and had the model constructed (mentally) by the time I'd arrived. Those are good memories. Thanks again Jan...Steve and Mary...Outerzone.
Neal - 30/08/2021
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