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Avro Lancaster B.III

by Randy Lutz


Avro Lancaster B.III


Tamiya's 1/48 scale Lancaster is available online from Squadron.com




Here are some images of my 1/48 scale Tamiya Lancaster.

The model represents Picadilly Princess, a Lancaster B. Mk. I flown by Flying Officer H. Cowan of No. 424 "Tiger" Squadron, RCAF while based at Skipton-on-Swale England during March of 1945.





This is the original release of the Tamiya Lancaster B. Mk. I/III and has been upgraded with Belcher Bits wheels, 4,000 lb. cookie and the new Belcher Bits resin engine cowls.



The model was re-scribed and the cockpit interior and gun turrets have been updated with scratch built details.



Painting and Markings


The paint is Xtracolor and all markings are from the Albatros Sexy Lanc sheet, except for the squadron codes which were painted on, as the Albatros code letters have the wrong shape and colour.



Please excuse the dust, as I forgot to dust off the model before taking the photos.

A complete build/review article will be appearing in an upcoming issue of SAMI.



Additional Images


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Model, Images and Article Copyright 2001 by Randy Lutz
Page Created 10 June, 2002
Last updated 04 June, 2007

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