Airfield circuit

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by tedski, May 3, 2011.

  1. tedski

    tedski New Member

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    [​IMG]Im in the throws of designing an Old Airfield race circiut for slot cars
    but have come up against a bit of a wall with my aircraft choices
    so hopefully you chaps out there could point me in the direction of some good detaled 1/32 scale aircraft pref NOT warbirds i would like some thing a bit more civilian (DC3 Tiger Moth etc)
    I have attached my proposed desighn just so you can get a feel for what im hoping to achive
    Also any extras aircrew vehicles would be nice

    Cheers Tedski[​IMG]
  2. tedski

    tedski New Member

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    Any help would be greatly welcolme i need to be guided to the best by the best

    Cheers

    Tedski :thumb:
  3. Wojtee

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    Now that you mention Tiger Moth - there is a free model of it somewhere... I can´t find a link on it, but it is from Netherlands.
    Another nice detailed civilian plane is the DAR-21 from Dr. Zarkov (http://www.papermodels.co.il/)
    Other than that, I can´t think of any free civilian aircraft (in this size). Perhaps there is something in the Papermodel Directory at paper-replika.com...
  4. tedski

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    cheers

    Have downloaded the DAR 21 just what i was after
    the Wessex helicopter looks just right as well

    thanks for the info
  5. Uyraell

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    There is an Air Algerie DC3 about, and I think an An2 on a Russian site, both free.
    For variety, there's also the occasional 1920's airliner that turns up, though I admit not always free.
    Perhaps something "oddball" such as a GeeBeeR1? There are a few of those about, both from FG and a Japanese site which come in several useful scales. Again, both free.

    I hope the info helps.

    Kind and Respectful Regards, Uyraell.