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|Contents and Media:
||64 pages plus covers; 285mm x 200mm
portrait format; soft cover; colour & monochrome photos; colour profiles
Pacific Coast Models
||Good format for modellers; compact
history; ample wartime photos; excellent modelling; attractive profiles;
||Recommended to anybody planning to
build the Classic Airframes RE 2000 Falco.
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The latest book in the Aviolibri
series is "Reggiane RE 2000" by Maurizio Di Terlizzi.
This is the 6th title in Aviolibri's Special Series and
Maurizio's tenth title.
The book commences with 25 pages of concise history and
wartime images of the Falco in service. Good coverage is also given to the
Hungarian operated Heja and the Swedish J.20. Special variants such as the
catapult version and the two-seater are also illustrated and described.
The next 16 pages focus on modelling the 1/48 scale
Classic Airframes RE 2000 kit. This section is supplemented with detail
photographs of the real aircraft, plus colour pictures of preserved
components. Maurizio's modelling skills are very impressive, and he
supports this chapter with in-progress shots as he improves and modifies
Classic Airframes' RE 2000. His finished model is inspirational.
The remainder of the book provides a chapter on RE 2000
colours, more colour walkaround photos; three-view drawings and six colour
Text is bilingual - the full body text and captions are
supplied in both English and Italian.
Aviolibri's format is ideal for modellers. This new book
provides a compact history, ample reference photographs plus specific
hints and tips for building a 1/48 scale Falco all in a single
Recommended to anybody planning to build the Classic
Airframes RE 2000 Falco.
Thanks to IBN for the review sample
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Last updated 22 July, 2003
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