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Italeri/Kora Ju86 SAAF

October 1 2011 at 1:31 AM

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A while ago, I mentioned that I wanted to use the Kora conversion kit, kindly gifted to me by our "Belgian Model show reporter".

Here is the basic kit
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The mouldings are clean, with fine raised panel lines ( I can live with that)
and very little visible flash.
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The Kora conversion set has some good looking decals
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And here, I have done a basic clean up of the major resin components, which appear to be very well cast.
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I found a very interesting link, dealing with the SAAF in the "Abyssinian Campaign", here:
http://www.oceanharmony.ca/WRWills%20essay.html

Regards
Gavin

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