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Wednesday, September 01, 2010 - 02:52 AM UTC
Fisher Model and Pattern have announced that their spectacular looking Red Baron RB-51 is now on sale and available from their website. Be quick though as numbers are limited. This is the information put out by Paul and Susy Fisher on their website.

Our newest Unlimited Racer in 1/32 scale is the famous Red Baron RB-51 flown to glory by Steve Hinton. This is a multi-media kit adapted for short run production from the incredible prize winning scratchbuild by UK Master Model-Maker Nick Turner.
Fuselage, wings tail planes and flying controls are crisply cast in high strength resin, while the landing gear are investment cast white bronze for life-long durability. A very complete, accurately modified cockpit made up of resin castings and delicate photo etch is included, as are the beautiful graphics in the form of silk-screened water-slide decals for ease of use. Canopy is cast in clear resin for ease of assembly.
All kit parts are designed with ease of assembly in mind to allow you to capture the beauty of the original model, as well as the original aircraft.

This collectors kit will be limited to 200 copies worldwide , please order yours now to avoid missing out!

Cat no: 3210.
Price: $225.00 plus post
Kits are shipping now!

For more information on the product above, please visit Fisher Model & Pattern.

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Hi Tim Wow! That is gorgeous! All the best Rowan
SEP 01, 2010 - 05:33 AM
If you want to drool over it, there are some nice photos here. Nick Turner's last mustang (Voodoo) was distributed by Heritage Aviation Models. Conversion/build blog. Assembly/painting blog.
SEP 01, 2010 - 06:08 AM
Hi all My Red Baron kit arrived last week and it's gorgeous! The finish on the main resin parts is excellent, probably several notches above Fisher's previous (and already impressive) efforts. It's gone immediately to the top of my build pile!! cheers Brad
SEP 01, 2010 - 09:34 AM
Yep, I think that is the word for it, gorgeous. What I really like about it other than the paint and decal job, is the contra-rotating props. I love those things. tim
SEP 01, 2010 - 10:29 AM
Wow! Very nicely done. Will they be sending us a review sample?
SEP 01, 2010 - 12:33 PM

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