Sadly some modellers assume they are 'real' just because a kit exists. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. The Rumourmonger. Share More sharing options Followers 2. Recommended Posts. Homebee Posted January 2, Posted January 2, edited.
Edited February 11, by Homebee. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options John Thompson Posted January 2, Posted January 2, Pete in Lincs Posted January 2, Posted January 3, And it's not even a Thomas V. JohnT Posted January 3, Shorty84 Posted January 4, Posted January 4, edited. Cheers Markus Edited January 4, by Shorty Posted January 4, Sorry fans but I think this is spurious could't they think of anything else? Mu17 Posted January 4, The reaction to this release surprises me.
Surely with any obscure model, that's the attitude we should have - hooray for the lucky folks whose prayers have been answered If you want to knock 'wasted resources' - the infinite repetition of Bf, Mustangs, Spitfires, would be a better target, when there are plenty of good kits already available?
I don't want to start a debate on that its been done before. However, thats a personal thing and I have no problem with models of these types The only things I do feel are a waste of time, are spurious models of variants invented by kit producers that never existed even as paper designs - ie The Me HGIV - it never existed the crescent shaped Horten fighter with ramjets at the tips and many me.
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Yes, this would make a good choice No, never mind. Thank you for helping! Thanks for reporting this video! This article was just edited, click to reload. This article has been deleted on Wikipedia Why? Please click Add in the dialog above. Please click Allow in the top-left corner, then click Install Now in the dialog. By the time of the Battle of Britain the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka had proved very vulnerable to enemy fighters and needed replacement, so after rejection of the Ju 87F proposal a new dive bomber was designed under the designation Ju The projected aircraft kept some of the features of the earlier Ju 87, such as the inverted gull wing and two man crew.
It would have added retractable landing gear, as well as improved armour and armament. Most notably, the Ju incorporated a rotating vertical tail. When rotated down, the tail would give the air gunner , armed with a rear turret , an unobstructed field of fire. It is not known how the aircraft would have handled with the tail rotated.
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