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Macchi C.205 1/32 Pacific Coast M.

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Hi friends, I came back to modeling after several years and I started again with a large scale aircraft, quite a new experience for me in the very recent years.

This PCM 1/32 C.205 has been completed OOB months ago, I must say it is a really difficult kit to assemble but a total amusement!

 

For my next Large Scale kit you have to wait for a long time, but I want introduce this Macchi to all of you, just days after my registration on LSP.

 

Unfortunately, taking the pictures, I didn't realize the right wheel turned up with the flattened side not touching the terrain.

 

 

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Great looking Macchi !!!

 

You did exelent job on painting and weathering, realy love it :):):)

 

 

 

Dejan

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Hello Maxlt.

The Macchi is a really beautiful plane.

I've always liked it and your built is really nice.

Bravissimo!

:thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Cheers,

Jamme

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Very much appreciated comments.

 

The Macchi's are very beautiful planes and large scale is a joy to work with. ^_^ The PCM takes a long time to be built, otherwise I would make more and more.

Thanks to all

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Nice one Max. That is a very nice little Macchi.

 

Unfortunately, taking the pictures, I didn't realize the right wheel turned up with the flattened side not touching the terrain.

Ha! I used to do this all the time, now I glue the little suckers in place.

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Exceptional!

 

I have never seen this paint scheme before, and I have to say I love it. It is really sharp and you have executed it very well.

 

 

Cheers

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The C.205 is one of my favorite fighters. You have done it justice. I understand the PCM kit is no walk in the park. Very nicely done!

 

Mark

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