Junkers A.50 ce Junior - International Challenge de Tourisme 1930
1/72 scale model of the Junker A.50ce Junior. The kit is composed of cast polyurethane resin parts for the main parts, and for the more detailed parts in 3D printed resin, the transparent parts in Epoxy resin, plus the decals for this version.
The 1930 International Touring Competition (French: Challenge International de Tourisme) was the FAI's second international touring aircraft competition, which took place between 18 July and 8 August 1930 in Berlin, Germany Four Challenges, from 1929 to 1934, were the main aviation events in pre-war Europe. The aircraft registered as A8 was piloted by: Waldemar Roeder and was in 29th position although the Junkers A.50 Junior registration D-1818 registered as A1 and piloted by: Johann Risztics was in 15th position.
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