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Kagero Topdrawings No. 7
Junkers Ju 87 D/G
All Models - Plans & Profiles

 

 S u m m a r y

Title and Author, Price and Publisher:

Kagero Topdrawings No. 7
Junkers Ju 87 D/G
All Models - Plans & Profiles

£14.99 available online from Casemate UK

ISBN: 978-83-61220-43-5
Kagero Publishing

Media:

295 x 210mm 15 sheets A4, 2 sheets A2, 2 posters A3

Review Type:

First Read

Advantages:

Good plans and attractive, inspiring profiles.

Disadvantages:

 

Conclusion:

A comprehensive and well illustrated publication and will be a welcome addition to the collection of any person or modeller wanting good reference detail for the Junkers Ju 87 D/G variants.

 

Reviewed by Mick Evans


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FirstRead

 

This publication is in soft cover and is a full colour glossy publication in standard A4 format. 

The publication covers Junkers Ju 87 D/G variants and contains 16 pages written in both Polish and English text.  There is only one page of text giving a very brief overview of the variants the actual description of the changes in variants being clearly highlighted with shading in very detailed 1/72, 1/48 and 1/32 scale drawings of each variant.  The larger scale drawings are included in loose foldout sheets.  Also included are three colour plates depicting colour schemes flown on three of the variants.  The colour plates include a Ju 87D-3 of 207 Squadriglia, 103 gruppo of the Italian Air Force in 1943, Ju 87D-5 0f 1./NSG.9 of the Luftwaffe in 1944 and Ju 87D-1 of Stab II./St.G2 of the Luftwaffe in 1942.

Included in the publication are a complete set of excellent laser cut 1/32 scale masking foils for the inside/outside of the canopy and wheel hubs as well as a complete set of decals in 1/72, 1/48 and 1/32 scale for the aircraft illustrated in the colour plates.

This is quite a comprehensive and well illustrated publication and will be a welcome addition to the collection of any person or modeller wanting good reference detail for the Junkers Ju 87 D/G variants.

Thanks to Casemate UK for the samples.


Review Copyright 2010 by Mick Evans
This Page Created on 17 June, 2010
Last updated 17 June, 2010

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