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1/72: PSP Runway Display Base
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Posted: Monday, January 09, 2012 - 12:44 PM UTC
A lot of modelers consider displaying their model aircraft on some sort of a base, but few of us get round to producing one. Eduard have provided aircraft modelers with a injected plastic base in 1/72 with surface detail representing PSP [Pierced Steel Planking] a common site on forward airfields during WWII, Korea and Vietnam.

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Thanks!
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Posted: Monday, January 09, 2012 - 01:39 PM UTC
I picked up a couple of sheets in 1/48 scale by Eduard a couple of years back which I have grand plans for, I just need to get my modeling skills to match my planning ability

You can see this product in the Eduard Store page here. It is unpainted glossy black plastic.

Nice review Tim, thanks.

Cheers, D