Kamil Gmerek has built Hurricane Mk I Expert Set and upgraded kit simple way. Read his notes about assembly, see and comment photos of built model.

I had the pleasure to build recently the Hawker Hurricane Mk I model from Army Hobby from the Expert set. Despite the fact that the surface texture is perfectly reproduced, I decided to make a full riveting to emphasize the detail even more. The set was superdetailed with a photo ethced parts from the set. To show the details of the cockpit, I decided to make it in the open position. For this purpose, I vacuformed the canopy fairing myself. The model does not have a markings from the box, it presents the UZ-V machine from the 306 Polish Squadron RAF from Ternhill. To make them a Techmod decals came with help. The night covers of the exhaust manifold also come from a set pe-fret. The Arma Hobby model turned out to be a good example of how much would be achieved from “one plastic sprue” kit. The full construction article will be available in the Christmas issue of the Super Model magazine from Kagero.

Hurricane Mk I – Galeria – Erlend Janson

Hurricane Antoniego Głowackiego – Galeria – Maciej Złotkowski

Nocny Hurricane Mk I – Galeria – Anders Isaksson

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