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Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 12:04 PM UTC
Eduard is to re-release this month the 1/48 scale Morane Saulnier Type N monoplane
”A content of 1/48 scale ProfiPACK edition kit of French fighter aircraft Morane Saulnier Type N (cat. no. 8095) which is going to be released in July.”
Eduard

The kit will contain:
- Plastic parts: Eduard,
- Decals: Eduard,
- Pre-painted PE parts,
- Painting mask,
- Six marking options:

●Flown by Sergt. Jean Chaput, Escadrille N 31, France, 1916,
●MS398, flown by Adj. Jean Marie Dominique Navarre, Escadrille MS 12, France, October 1915,
●MS394, probably from Escadrille MS.12, France, 1915,
●A.173, flown by 2/Lt. Beauchamp N. Wainwright, No. 60 Squadron RFC, France, August 1916,
●A.178, flown by Lt. Tone H. P. Bayetto, No. 24 Squadron RFC, France, June 1916,
●A.122, flown by Lt. Simpson, No. 60 Squadron RFC, Boisdinghem, France, June 1916.

8095 - Morane Saulnier Type N ProfiPACK – 1/48

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