S u m m a r y
|Media and Contents:
||Soft cover; 32 pages plus covers;
glossy A4 format;1/72 and 1/48 scale plans; 50+ colour
profiles (some with top and bottom views); 2 pages of Squadron service
details; summary of models, decals and accessories.
Pacific Coast Models
||Excellent artwork and plans; many
different colour schemes
||No FS numbers for colours or who
makes model paints
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This is an Italian book with a very interesting concept.
The text does not tell you how the C.202 was developed, or from what or
why. Nor does it tell you how good it was compared to its contemporaries,
or the difference between various production batches.
What it does give you is more than 50 side profiles, usually presented
in large format, two to a page, with text in both English and Italian for
each aircraft. If the profile represents a variation on camouflage or
colours, a top or bottom view is also provided. The text advises the
serial number and who flew the aircraft in addition to points of interest
about camouflage, markings or operational use.
Although it only covers two years of the C.202's use, with a set of Sky
Decals and a host of Hasegawa or Italeri kits in 1/72 and/or 1/48 scales,
someone who considers this aircraft to be their favorite will have a field
Thanks to IBN for the review sample.
Review Copyright © 2003 by Glen Porter
This Page Created on 10 June, 2003
Last updated 24 August, 2003
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