Ansaldo SVA5 - Radio control scale model biplane fighter. Scale is 1/8.
Quote: "THUMBING THROUGH some Aircraft Profiles one even-ing early this year, I stopped abruptly at No. 61 - the Ansaldo. What a magnificent colour scheme! The inside front cover of the publi-cation shows a machine of the 87 Squadriglia Ricognizione, La Ser-enissirna in full colour. The fuselage is mainly a natural varnished wood, while the upper wing surfaces are dapple camouflaged in yellow and green. The wing under-surfaces are buff coloured, the outer four feet or so of the starboard ones being green, and the port ones a reddish brown. The tailplane and fin are a royal blue, while the rudder bears the red, white and green vertical stripes of the Italian national markings. At the side of the fuselage, just in front of the roundel, is the magnificent Lion of St. Mark emblem of 87 Squadriglia, and from it, in..."
Ansaldo SVA5, Radio Modeller, October 1973.
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