1/48 Lockheed LC-130 Hercules, USAF Polar SupportC130 Transport Paper Model

1/48 Lockheed LC-130 Hercules, USAF Polar SupportC130 Transport Paper Model

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1/48 Lockheed LC-130 Hercules, USAF Polar SupportC130 Transport Paper Model

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1/48 Lockheed LC-130 Hercules, USAF Polar Support Paper Model

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This paper model from Dave Winfield builds into a detailed replica of an LC-130 Hercules (ski-equipped variant of the Lockheed C-130 transport). This U.S. Air Force-flown aircraft is painted in an "Arctic" paint scheme featuring a light grey finish with oversize markings, and orange high visiblity areas.

 

Thepaper model can be assembled fully equipped with Skis and fairings, and also includes parts for optional JATO Rocket Bottles. 

 

This 1:48 scale model consists of 35 pages that include detailed instructions and assembly diagrams ,along with full colour, richly-detailed parts.  The finished model has a 33" wingspan, and includes long-range fuel tanks and detailed landing gear components. Also included are optional parts for opened engine inspection panels.

 

Paper Model Details:  over 300 parts on 28 pages with illustrated instructions and building tips. Model includes: recessed landing gear wells, detailed landing gear, optional wing fuel tanks, and historically-accurate paint and markings scheme. Fuselage bulkheads and joiner strips.  Complete design by Dave Winfield. Degree of Difficulty: 4/5. If you enjoy building this paper model, please contribute a review!

 

USAF Arctic Scheme Lockheed C-130 Hercules

 

USAF Arctic Scheme Lockheed C-130 Hercules

 

USAF Arctic Scheme Lockheed C-130 Hercules

 

USAF Arctic Scheme Lockheed C-130 Hercules

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Manufacturer Dave Winfield
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