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#4611970 - 10/25/22 08:36 PM 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V  
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Hi all,
On October the 4th, 1917, Feldpilot (Zugsfuhrer) Adolph Wiltsch and his Observer Roman Schmidt were flying Lloyd C.V Serial No: 46.01 from Flik 13 on the Russian Front.
They were attacked by three Russian ‘Sopwith’ type aircraft.
They managed to evade these attackers and Schmidt managed to shoot down one in flames.
This was Schmidt’s third aerial victory.

As usual a fully detailed Adobe PDF format and bookmarked build log of this model can be downloaded from the 'Logs' page on my website (link in signature).

Mike

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#4611984 - 10/26/22 08:04 AM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Wonderful modelling of a kite I've not heard of before.
Ironic that it is a reconnaissance machine and the pilot can't see where he is going with all that hardware in line of sight!



#4612044 - 10/26/22 08:25 PM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Amazing work. As with all your builds the superb figures really bring it to life.

Gareth


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#4612053 - 10/26/22 11:20 PM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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The detail on these models is fantastic. You are a real artist!


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#4612157 - 10/28/22 03:14 AM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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A really great job you did there sir. Simply beautiful.


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#4612357 - 10/30/22 02:38 PM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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Holy crap, that's fantastic!

The sixth picture down, looking towards the grass over the nose, caused me a long pause.

Not only are the details on the engine and the sides of the aircraft excellent, those flowers under the gear.....incredible.


The opinions of this poster are largely based on facts and portray a possible version of the actual events.

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#4612365 - 10/30/22 04:00 PM Re: 1:32nd scale Lloyd C.V [Re: Sandbagger]  
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For me the paper (map ?) in the gunners compartment was a perfect add. Anyone who flies knows all about the crap that accompanies a flight.


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