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  1. Hello everybody! I want to say that in spite of everything happening around the world, we in Proper PlanŠµ continue to work while being in home quarantine. We understand that many of you are now alarmed by the spread of the virus, but we urge you to remain calm and continue to build your models. Perhaps this will distract you and improve your mood. We try to please you with a discount for some of our products. You can find out new prices on our website www.ProperPlane.com. We also decided to support the participants in the group build, which was announced by Mike Swinburne in Win
  2. Hi there! Enjoy free decal set or "Continental" wheels when ordering goods over USD 150. Please mention the item you need in comments to your order and we add it to you package. The offer is valid until January 20. Let's go! Clear prop! www.ProperPlane.com
  3. Axial wooden propeller (for Mercedes 160hp) Proper Plane Catalogue # WP-001 Available from Proper Planefor $25.00 There are numerous things that can make the average modeller shy away from building a Great War aircraft. The first one that comes to mind is rigging. Another is simulating wood grain. Another, and one that has frustrated me in the past is making those plastic airscrews look like laminated timber. I eventually settled on a rather nice masking method that James Machin taught on the WNW Fans Facebook page. With some work, that creates a rather nice representat
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