Contents of Issue 04/2018:
Fantastic Phantom: McDonnell Douglas F-4F
Revell’s kit in 1:72 has what it takes to be a top-of-the-range model, if you change a few important details. Thomas Hopfensperger shows how it works.
Simply perfect: Fw 190 A-3 „Richthofen“
Is the 2001 Tamiya kit up to date? Wolfgang Henrich has tested the construction of a machine of Jagdgeschader 2 „Richthofen“.
Really the blast?: Albatros D.III
Wingnut Wings is regarded as a non plus ultra on the subject of the World War I. Can the „Richthofen Flyer“ in 1:32 from Roden keep up with the models of the New Zealanders?
Totally upgraded: Panther II
Dispose of or throw up? Michael Mandau decided to upgrade the aged Panther II kit from Dragon with a lot of accessories to the What-if-1946-eye-catcher.
In the medical service: BA-20
This is history: The story of a doctor was the occasion for Lothar Limprecht to convert a Russian BA-20 as an Medical vehicle in German services.
Great Cinema: Porsche 911
Porsches icon on a giant scale 1:8. De Agostini brings a kit with all sorts of extras. We looked at the full equipment.
A double pack: Porsche Diesel Junio´r 108
The small tractor from Revell comes as a plug-in kit. The result conviced Guido Kehder so much that he tackled a second kit.
To portray „Stressed Skin“ is not rocket science. ModellFan shows how special techniques in all kind of branches cause little miracles.
Editorial, Panorama, Special
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