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Hi All. well my 2 Texans should be arriving in a few days and then I want to get busy immediately. One of them I want to do with a lot of interior detail visible - including side covers off so that the cockpit is visible from the sides, and the 2nd all closed up and together, and maybe even "in flight" so a lot of parts wont even be used. In both cases I will not be using any of the weapons at all. Not sure if I would do the first one with cowling off as well - or maybe half the cowling off (or a third to be exact) Schemes. Most likely SAAF (South African) Dayglo scheme form the 19
I'm currently building KH's Texan as a Harvard IIa of the Rhodesian Air Training Group, specifically Harvard EX490 which was based at 20 SFTS Cranborne in 1943/4. My reasons for choosing this particular aircraft are very simple: a) it was flown by my father during his pilot training days: and there's an excellent colour photograph of it in the IWM collection: My intention is to show the detail that KH have put into the engine area by cutting off the nose panels and not fitting some of the cowling though the "plumbing" both electrical and hydraulic will be a best guess based
I'm in the early stages of building my 1/32nd KittyHawk Texan, which I'm finishing as a Harvard IIa based at 20 SFTS Cranborne in S Rhodesia. The instrument panels supplied are just for the Texan but can anybody give me a good reference/photos/drawings of those for the Harvard? I've seen some fairly recently but can I find it again? Max
Hi Team, just wondered if anyone had put together a tweak list for the Texan/Harvard kit yet? I'd love to do a Harvard IIb from 4FTS, RAF Heany, 1952-3 , but am getting a bit baffled by what the different versions were. I know I need the canopy set from Ali, but what else? Thanks in advance! Tim