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Check out this cool product! - http://shpws.me/Mf6f Arado AR196 with no canopy
Arado 196 1/100th scale  one peice (canopy/fuselag
Gordak @hampboats Some people like semi translucent canopies on their planes, so the sunlight shines through them etc. In that case you would get the model that has no canopy, (which is only a little cheaper) Then you would order the Canopy part in frosted ultra detail separately ($8.17 more). I didnt make the whole aircraft in frosted ultra detail because it would have been way too expensive/delicate. If you don't mind solid canopies (they look a wee bit less realistic, then get this model and paint the window to simulate glass as best you can.


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