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Arado AR 196-B by CDW - Revell Germany - 1:32 Scale - Plastic

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18 minutes ago, popeye the sailor said:

the truss cables and antenna really adds to her looks!    awesome plane.....very well done and presented  ;) 

Thanks again for the kind words, Denis.

The truss rigging takes some fiddling to do, but it's worth it in the end. 

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1 hour ago, Tom E said:


What a beautiful aircraft. 

You make it look so easy.

It's a build like this that's gets the "plastic itch" in my brain going! 

Looking forward to your next project. 


Tom E 

Thank you very much for your comments, Tom.

There is such a wealth of good information and how-to's out there today on the net that didn't exist some years ago, it makes the hobby more achievable than it once was. In addition, there are much better paints, glues, and putty than once existed.

Scratch that itch and get a plastic kit to try out for yourself. I highly recommend a Tamiya kit of your choice as a beginning place to re enter the hobby or as a first try. The engineering and fit of Tamiya kits are superb. Some of the others require more persuasion to fit.   

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