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#729 Kawasaki Ki-10

Building the ICM Kawasaki Ki-10. No electronics in this one.



The Kawasaki Ki-10 (九五式戦闘機, Army Type 95 Fighter) was the last biplane fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Army. Entering service in 1935, it saw combat service in Manchukuo and in North China during the early stages of the Second Sino-Japanese War. Its reporting name given by the Allies was “Perry”.



Nice build of the Fine Molds kit:

Paint Scheme

Feature Color Recommended Paint Used
interior     H58
A tires, trim flat black MM 1749 H12
B fuselage duck egg green MM 1716:1768 2:3 H74
C spinner tip, markings insignia red MM 1705 H23
D engine block steel MM 1780 H76
E propeller aluminium MM 1781 77.701
F gunmetal MM 1795  
G rust MM 1785  

Build Log

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