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T-50/AT-17/UC-78 and JRC-1 Bamboo Bomber Preview

Czech Model, 1/48 scale


Czech Model's 1/48 scale Bamboo Bomber is available online from Squadron
 

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Squadron has sent the following information and images of the latest release from Czech Model, a 1/48 scale Bamboo Bomber, available now from Squadron for USD$53.96:


Late 1930s, WWII era and beyond, Cessna-built commercial, twin-engined, low-wing monoplane and light transport (T-50) or military advanced trainer and utility aircraft (AT-17/UC-78 and JRC-1).

 

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  • Czech Model 1/48 scale Bamboo Bomber Preview: Image
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Injection molded airframe and clear parts; features cockpit and cabin interior, separately molded cabin door, subtle 'fabric-over-frame' effect and optional parts to build 1 of 3 versions. Also includes resin parts (wheels, propeller hubs, exhaust stacks, oleo scissors, tailwheel fork, spinners and your choice of highly detailed Lycoming or Jacobs radial engines) plus photo-etch parts (including extensive cabin details, ignition wires, fine exterior enhancements, color seatbelts and color instrument panels - both military and civilian).

Decals and color painting guide for 3 aircraft: Sky King's T-50 'Songbird' in 1951, US Army Air Force UC-78 s/n 42-58125 in 1943 and US Navy JRC-1 BuNo 64464 in 1943.

The Czech Model 1/48 scale Bamboo Bomber is available online now from Squadron for $53.96

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Last updated 31 August, 2009

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