Noy's Miniatures Soviet era Tarmac and Taxiway
Next in their line of superb photo quality tarmac prints is this one that is typical of what one finds on Russian and ex-Warpac airfields. It is a section of their unique hexagonal tarmac and taxiway sections. These photo realistic bases include some off areas as well as the usual taxi guidance lines. Like all of Noy's Miniatures bases, it is printed on high quality thick paper and based on photos of various Russian built tarmacs and taxiways to ensure the highest fidelity.
These unique bases were used in the Soviet Union from the 1930s through the Cold War and are still in use in Russia, ex-Warpac countries, ex-Soviet states and other places where Soviet influence was felt.
There are three sizes available, one in all three of the more popular scales; 1/144, 1/72 and 1/48.
The 1/144 scale base shown to the right is perfect for the smaller scale. This base measures 5.8 x 4.1 inches (14.8 x 10.5 cm). It is shown with an Attack Hobby MiG-17F. Price is $3.60 plus shipping
This next one is the 1/72 base. It is larger of course at 12.2 x 8.66 inches (31 x 22 cm). It is shown with the Zvezda MiG-27D. Price is $4.95 plus shipping
The third base is 1/48 scale and the largest of the lot. It is 15.6 x 11 inches (39.5 x 28 cm) and will fit a variety of 1/48 aircraft such as the Czech Model L-39 shown. Price is $6.75 plus shipping
These are quite reasonably priced and shipped with great care to ensure that they arrive in pristine condition. Payment through paypal. You can contact them via e-mail at which time shipping information will be provided. Please contact Noy's Miniatures at email@example.com for more information and on ordering these superb airfield tarmac bases. These are also available at some stockists, so check your local shop to see if they carry them.
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