Letov NS-240C Czechoslovak Air Force (Revell 1/72)

Started by ujik, May 01, 2010, 01:09:27 PM

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Hi all :cheers:, after some time adding his last completed model, night fighter Letov NS-240C. It was originally Arado Ar-240C from Revell. Camouflage is the author of karlik http://www.whatifmodelers.com/index.php?action=profile;u=4206and again I thank him for that :bow:. Model built without modifications, only the radar antenna is the Me-262 (I lost the original), drop tanks of F-86 and exhausts from Do-335


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Very professional work...love the subdued roundels, perfect for a nightfighter scheme.   :bow:
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Always like the look of the Ar240.  Pity Green in "Warplanes of the Third Reich" says it was such a dog.  Interestingly in the book I have on the Me110/210/410 which uses the original RLM minutes to tell the story of those aircraft, Milch was very supportive of the Ar240 - right up to the end, preferring it over the Me210/410 and wanting to see it enter production.  However that might just have been Milch's personal animosity towards anything that had been touched by Willy Messerschmidt.  ;)
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