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PZL P.11c
PZL P.11c - Polish Fighter Plane
About this creation
Model of the pursuit airplane, that in the first half of 30's was one of the best in the world. Unfortunately it wasn't like that in the end of that decade
Built to honor the 70th anniversary of the September Campaign and start of the World War II































If you would like to see some more photos, please visit my homepage at: http://www.ciamek.yoyo.pl/?m=00098&c=3




Comments

  November 15, 2010
Mate, I'll be grateful for any instruction how to do it...
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
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Justin Gates
  September 21, 2009
looks a little bit like a brewster buffalo,but great build!
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  July 22, 2009
cool , could you look at my stuff?
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
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Max Strehlow
  July 11, 2009
Hey I like how accurate your creations are! you should check out the group "History Buffs United" http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/5233. You would be great for it!
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
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Max Strehlow
  July 9, 2009
Very nice! I like the shape and the style, it matches my trimotor.
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  July 8, 2009
poland rules!!! anyway they shot down more BF-109's than they lost in P.11c's . ever played il-2 1946? that has the P.11c and it is extremly manuverable but slow oh and great moc!
  July 1, 2009
wow first one on mocpages (that i've seen). very good.
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
Kevin Wadowski
  June 28, 2009
That airplane looks perfect, I am polish and love the PZL p.11 you got every detail I know of, and I saw the last real one in poland so I know how it looks like.
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  June 28, 2009
Thanks for your comments : o) @Topsy Cret: Yes - Fall Weiss @Ian: still there were many German aircrafts shot down by our P.11s
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  June 23, 2009
NICE!
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
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masterchief 1
  June 21, 2009
Very cool, and nice wing design.
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  June 21, 2009
Wonderful rendition of a classic plane. Great work!
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  June 21, 2009
Wow, this is really nice! Beautiful construction all around, I'm especially impressed by the landing gear and the flags.
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  June 21, 2009
Unfortunately for the Poles the German Luftwaffe was equipt with modern fighter planes and these things never stood a chance. Other than that you did an amazing job of re-creating this wonderful plane.
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  June 21, 2009
This is just awesome. I love anything from World War 2 and this is one of my personal favorite aircraft. Too bad they didn't have more of those, then the Germans wouldn't have had an easy time in Poland!
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  June 21, 2009
Ingenious!
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  June 21, 2009
wow! i love it!
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  June 21, 2009
Ah yes... Case white, wasn't it? My favorite series of all time has got be Herman Wouk's "The Winds of War". Great MOC. Good day
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  June 21, 2009
Excellent! You managed to build a better PZL than Vincent Desrochers' one which is already good.
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  June 21, 2009
Nicely done, good job on detail
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  June 21, 2009
I'm diggin' it especially the engine!
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  June 21, 2009
Just excellent
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  June 21, 2009
very cool.
Ciamoslaw Ciamek
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Tristan Amaya
  June 20, 2009
Very cool looks really realistic Keep up the good work
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  June 20, 2009
Spectacular! Another amazing MOC from you!
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  June 20, 2009
Very good job! WOOt first comment!
 
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