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German u boat helicopter

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  • German u boat helicopter

    Ive seen this before. I did a little bit of research on it. It was to be a lookout for incoming planes or ships. The U Boat would then be warned and would then dive, leaving the helicopter to fend for itself. It was tethered to the sub.
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    IT TAKES GREAT INTELLIGENCE TO FAKE SUCH STUPIDITY!

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    This rang a bell to me, and after some digging i've found the kit i've bought some years ago, it's scale 1:72 and has metal edged parts, maybe something for our type VII builders, if you can get a hold at it, offcourse.



    The brand is Pavla Models.



    This is the content inside the box, i allready have made a enlarged copy scale 1:35 for in the future.



    Also a drawing at the same scale 1:35.





    And if you wonder how the endresult will be, Well a good friend of mine has build it already on scale 1:35, and yes the rotor can spin for display use.


    Manfred.
    Fertig zum unterwasser.

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