The first part of our Hungarian series L-29 has been published, with the Hungarian painted field pattern, numbers and the full stencil inscriptions.
The original Soviet silver (natural metal) machines were repainted in June 1973 with Trinate paints on a field pattern. This became the so-called. Hungarian painting pattern (later repainted in Trencsény - this will be the next member of the series)
Staining samples were given based on original codes. From the mock-up paints, we selected those that most closely resembled the original paints. Of course, the machines are worn and faded, so mix the right shades for everyone at the bottom of the photos.
The kit contains a water-stick decal sheet designed exclusively for model kits.
We recommend it over 15 years
k. The kit contains a water-stick decal sheet designed exclusively for model kits. We recommend it over 15 years
A newer plane in the MALÉV collection 1:144. In Hungary, the Tu-134 was used by the national airline, Malév, in international passenger traffic, and it also operated some units as steering gear. In Hungary, the type was not used for military tasks.
The double decals sheets Including thefull stencils too,
A newer pieces of the USS NIMITZ & "The Final Countdown" movie Collection With number 210 / Capt Emory Brown , who took off at the beginning of the film.
In June 2008 F-15 Eaglefighters of the Louisiana Air National Guard were deployed to Kecskemét AirBase, Hungary. As part of exercise “Load Diffuser 2008” they flew training flightswith the aircraft and helicopters of the Hungarian Air Force. During the twoweeks of the exercise two Mi-24 helicopters managed to score several simulatedhits with the moveable machine guns against the Eagles. The two helicopterswere operated by Captain Péter “Stumpfi” Stumpf and First Lieutenant Zsolt “SunnyBoy” Szaniszló (718), and First Lieutenant Endre “Bendike” Maczák and First LieutenantÉva “Vivi” Horváth (719).
The product is suitable for upgrading aircraft cockpit. It has a plastic, non-flat surface with a 3D effect. The product is best glued with cyanoacrylate, but PVA or other glue can also be used. The product can be washed with both oil-based and acrylic paints and moderately ester-based paints. The product has minimal bending and grinding.