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Aeroplane Heaven Offers New Look At Upcoming Heinkel HE 111 P-2 Dieselpunk, Aircraft Model Kits, Aeroplane, Aeroplanes, Radio Controlled Aircraft, Aircraft Design, Aircraft Modeling, Model Aeroplane, Model Aircraft

Flight simulation developer Aeroplane Heaven has released new renderings of their upcoming Heinkel HE 111 P-2 for FSX/SE, P3DV3+ and P3DV4+. As previously reported, this will be the team’s second version of the WW2 German medium bomber, having previously included an example of the type in a Battl

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Thomas Pelzl
Beech built 53 Starships and only a handful were sold. Airplane Flying, Private Plane, Aircraft, Flight, Airplane Wallpaper, Airbus Beluga, Aircraft Design, Aircraft Modeling, Aircraft Mechanics

When one examines a failure of such monumental scale as the Beech Starship program, the inevitable question is, “Why did they do that?” As in almost every instance where things go badly wrong, it was a series of decisions made under shifting circumstances that led to the ultimate disaster.

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Richard D. Kerns
Drones, Radio Controlled Boats, Radio Controlled Aircraft, Rc Planes, Radio Control Airplane, Radio Controlled Cars, Radio Control Planes, Rc Boats, Rc Model

This Is Beyond Incredible. This is one of those videos that might make your jaw drop. You'll probably share our opinion when you see it, as this is one of the biggest RCs we've seen to date. Also, it's a B-52 which makes this even better. Whether or not you're into the RC hobby world, this shoul

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Robert Stockdell
There are parts of an aircraft model where you can get away with mistakes. The canopy is never one of them. Spots of glue or squiggly framework on clear parts can spoil a model more surely than anything. But if you’ve ever loused one up, you are in excellent company. That’s why you read so many articles and tips about it. Here are three of the most common — and reliable — ways of masking a canopy for painting.

There are parts of an aircraft model where you can get away with mistakes. The canopy is never one of them. Spots of glue or squiggly framework on clear parts can spoil a model more surely than anything. But if you’ve ever loused one up, you are in excellent company. That’s why you read so many articles and tips about it. Here are three of the most common — and reliable — ways of masking a canopy for painting.

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Alan Karcich