Allied X-Crafts

Discussion in 'Dream Kits & Wish Lists' started by kampfflieger, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. kampfflieger

    kampfflieger Member

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    Guys, do you like British, US and Soviet secret projects? Do you want models of it?

    Something like this:

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  2. Dragos

    Dragos Active Member

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    Hello kampfflieger, I was thinking to start a thread called "Flight '46" ( allied Luft '46). After I will improve my skills on Rhino I am planning to design such models . I was thinking at Lockheed L-133 or Polikarpov Malyutka)
    I'm glad you took the initiative.
  3. kampfflieger

    kampfflieger Member

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    I have made L-133 for Sharkit:)
  4. Billy Leliveld

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  5. kampfflieger

    kampfflieger Member

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    Of cource I did:) Some times ago I spoke to Pavel Kohno, he want to make Bugatti in 2 or 3 versions.

    Roman.
  6. dkaniel

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    I like the idea of a paper model of the Lippisch Rescue Aerodyne. That sitting at my desk at work would definitely be a conversation starter.
  7. Corsair

    Corsair New Member

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    sweet those planes r awsome the onnly x craft like those ive seen was this plane 4 the us navy that had these 2 radials and the nose was mounted REALLY far back like on the wing it was cool
  8. Billy Leliveld

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    That must be the Grumann XF5F-1, there are models availble; one from Karton Militaria, and there is a Fiddlersgreen model

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  9. Billy Leliveld

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    This is another one I would realy love to see in a model;
    The Republic XF 84 H Thunderschreech.. the loudest plane on earth!

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  10. Corsair

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    Yeah Yeah Thts It The Xf5f-1 Sweet There Are Models
  11. Billy Leliveld

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  12. Major Walter Schmidt

    Major Walter Schmidt Newbie Designer

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    YB-49 or YB-35 would be nice.
  13. sakrison

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    These all look really neat! There are a zillion Me-109s and P-51s out there. Let's go for the weird stuff!
  14. NOBI

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    I like looking of this aircraft... anybody have more information on this bird? :)
  15. RyanShort1

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    Yes...

    Ryan
  16. Billy Leliveld

    Billy Leliveld Member

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    I have more :mrgreen:pictures and a 3way drawing

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  17. Lex

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    The Thunderscreech is so cool... If we can have this in paper then...!
  18. JT Fox

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    I came across unusual plane in a magazine.

    The magazine has long gone to recycling but I kept the pages with the drawings on.

    If anyone would like to have a go at designing and producing a paper model version I'll scan and email the pages to them.

    Cheers JTF
  19. Lex

    Lex Dollmaker

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    May I ask what the drawing contains? And what are the level of detail...?
  20. JT Fox

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    Oops. Sorry, I didn't even say what the plan was.

    It's a Russian "Batwing Bomber" which was designed in the 1930s. Flying trials took place in the early 1940's.

    Drawing are a plan view, side view and front view. There are also a number of pictures of the actual aircraft.