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Old 06-29-2021, 02:56 PM
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Old 06-29-2021, 03:26 PM
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The construction of the SH-34 is nearing completion, I added small details in scratchbuilding. The model is almost ready.















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Old 06-30-2021, 06:01 PM
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Well friends here is my SH-34 finished in the colors of the Brazilian Naval Aviation. The model represents one of the five Seabat/Seahorse that the Brazilian Navy operated between the 60s and 70s aboard the aircraft carrier NAeL Minas Gerais by the HS-1 Pelicano squadron in anti-submarine operations.

More information and pics by use in Brazilian Navy look my Brazilian Military Planes in 1/100.

The model of the SH-34 in the colors of the Brazilian navy is the number #3868 in the Scissors and Planes catalog. My model is modified with some additional details in the paintwork and also small details like winch, antennas and pitot tube. I will certainly build a few more from the H-34 family.











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Old 06-30-2021, 09:18 PM
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Update List Collection of all my builds from Scissors and Planes and Planning (change any time )

Model builds from General Catalogue:

1. Supermarine S6B
2. Loire Nieuport LN-411
3. Mitsubishi A6M2K
4. Renard R31
5. Martin T4M1
6. Dassault Ouragan
7. Dassault Mystere IIC
8. Dassault Mystere IVB
9. Dassault Super Mystere
10. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21UMD
11. Hispano HA-100 Triana
12. Vultee V-1 "Bombardero"
13. Yakovlev yak-15 "Feather"
14. DH-108
15. Lavochkin La-15
16. Yakovlev Yak-30
17. Lavochkin La-200
18. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Soviet Green)
19. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Polish)
20. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Polish)
21. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Tchecoeslovaquia)
22. MiG-9 (Chinese Green)
23. MiG-9 (Chinese Gray- Silver)
24. MiG-9 (Soviet Staling Flag)
25. Dassault Ouragan (EC "Cambralis")
26. Yakovlev Yak-25M
27. Yakovlev Yak-21
28. MiG-9UTI
29. Supermarine Type 224
30. MiG-17F
31. Yakovlev Yak-25S
32. Yakovlev Yak-25RV
33. MiG-9P
34. MiG-9 (Red 22 Soviet)
35. Yakovlev Yak-17UTI (Chinese)
36. Yakovlev Yak-17 (Yellow 22 Soviet)
37. MiG-9M
38. Polikarpov I-16 Type 5
39. Latécoère 28 (Air France)
40. Latécoère 28 (F-AJLO)
41. Latécoère 28 (F-AJNQ)
42. Vought OS2U1 kingfisher
43. Ansaldo SVA-5 Mexican Air Corps
44. North American O-47A
45. Nieuport Delage NiD-29 (Spanish)
46. Martinsyde Buzzard (Irish)
47. Martinsyde Buzzard (Portuguese)
48. Macchi M33
49. Tachikawa Ki-36 Ida
50. Bleriot SPAD S510
51. Repubic F-84F Thunderstreak (HAF)
52. Republic F-84G Thunderjet (HAF)
53. Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk 6 (Colombia)
54. North American F-86D Sabredog (HAF)
55. Breguet XIX (Bolivia - Potosi)
56. Sikorsky SH-34G (Brazilian Navy)


Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Brent:

1. Yakovlev Yak-9P
2. Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki
3. Kawasaki Ki-100 Ia
4. Nakajima N1K1-J George
5. Yokosuka D4Y3
6. Dewoitine D-520C1
7. Douglas DB-7 Armee d'l' Air
8. Dewoitine D-520C1 (with cockpit)
9. North American F-86H-1
10. Nakajima Ki 84 "Peach Boy"
11. North American F-100D Super Sabre
12. Breguet 19.8 (Yugo)
13. Breguet XIX (Nationalist)
14. Breguet XIX (Poland)
15. Breguet XIX (Japan Civil)

Models Builds from Mods and Repaints by Rata:

1. Nakajima Ki-27
2. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Royal Egiptian Air Force
3. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Royal Iraqui Air Force
4. DHC-1 Chimpmunk Portuguese Air Force
5. Nakajima Ki-27 77th Sentai
6. Seversky SEV-DS
7. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17PF


Models builds from my Mods and Repaints

1. Mitsubishi Ki-51, Aikoku 569 (Kyushu Confectionery), Hiko Dai 44 Sentai, China Area, 1943
2. Mitsubishi G3M2 - 3rd Kokutai Takao 1941
3. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17F - VVS 1968 Czechoslovaquia Intervention.
4. Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17A (Early) - VVS Trial Operations 1954/55
5. Mitsubishi ki-21Ib Royal Thai Air Force 1942
6. North American NA 50 Torito
7. Tachikawa Ki 55 Ida - IJAAF
8. Tachikawa Ki 55 Ida - Manchukuo Imperial Air Force
9. Nieuport Delage NiD 42C1 - Armee De 'l' Air
10. Nieuport Delage NiD 42C1 - Spanish Air Force
11. Fairey Battle Mk I 103 Sqd 1938
12. Nieuport Delage NiD-52C1 Spain Air Force 1935
13. Nieuport Delage NiD-62C1 Aeronavale 1934
14. Nieuport Delage NiD-622C1 AlA 1933


Model Builds from Gerry Papermodels

1. Fokker DVII Hermann Goring
2. Fokker DVII Lothar Von Ritchofen

Model builds from Pacifcwind

1. Nakajima Ki-84
2. Kawazaki Ki-61

In my Home Workbench/CCCP Virtual Meetings in Buildind now!

Biplane Mood - working
West Cold War Jets - working
Free choice in CCCP meetings - sometimes
MiG-15/17 Family (stop)

Long term Projects (not date to start):

Douglas Devastator (with details)
MiG-21 Family

My special Projects:

1. Potez 25 Repaints / Mods and Add Ons - in preparation
2. Vought V-91/92 Corsair repaints / Mods and Add Ons - collecting references
3. Nieuport Delage 52/62 repaints - working
4. Grumman JF-1/2 Duck Backdate project - collecting references
5. Seversky P-35/P-35A/EP-1 SEV-1/3 - working
6. MiG-15/15UTI Repaints - collecting references
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Nice job! it is nice i might add this to my collection.
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Some are in Ecardmodels.com, or write direct to Bruno, he have a huge catalog of models in 1/100.
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Old 07-14-2021, 11:34 AM
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After a certain hiatus, for personal and professional reasons, we came back with a model of quick execution. The Dassault Ouragan, this is the third model I've built on this subject. The decoration is one of the most exotic and unknown, it is one of the handful of Ouragans sold by Israel to El Salvador in the 70s and which were used in combat. In the next posts I will include a brief history of this curious Latin American operator of this classic from the beginning of the jet age.

















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Old 07-15-2021, 03:14 PM
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The Dassault MD-450 Ouragan, a French day fighter from the 1950s, which marks the resurgence of that country's aviation industry in the postwar period. Developed around the Rolls Royce Nene turbine in 1949, the Ouragan was used extensively in combat by Israel in the Suez War and by El Salvador in its civil war in the 1970s/80s. The model represents just one of 13 planes El Salvador acquired to be rearmed after the infamous 1969 Football War. With a US-imposed arms embargo, El Salvador bought second-hand Israel's remaining Ouragans that were reconditioned and modernized to fire. AA AIM-9C Sidewinder missiles. Acting as fighter-bombers in the civil war that swept the country between the late 70s and early 80s, they operated to the limit, leaving only one unit at the end of the Conflict. No Salvadoran Ouragan was alike in terms of color schemes. Being the small country of Central America the last operator of this classic Dassault plane.



















I made small modifications to the model, including the addition of the wing fillets, the addition of small antennas and the AIM-9C comes from a set that Bruno himself made of several generations of the AIM-9 in scale with its respective rail. El Salvador's Ouragan is the number #2019 in the catalog.

Is my third Ouragan Nice model to build, fast and easy.
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Thank you for sharing this relatively unknown version of this plane.
I always am interested in obscure subjects, and if it is from Latin-American, even more.
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Old 07-16-2021, 08:35 AM
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Thanks my friend! Me too. Bruno offer many versions of classic subjects in "esoteric" colors.
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