Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby TOR » Fri Apr 26, 2013 1:07 pm

AndrewInOZ wrote:oh come on guys... its a day after ANZAC day..why cant everyone be polite around this time.

All this fussing & fueding is worse than the Hatfields & the McCoys , Howard / Keating debates or Capt Kirk Vs Khan

If the Turks & Austraia can bury the bayonet so soon after WW1 why can't we all get a long just bit.. at least around this time..we are all better than this right?

sorry for butting in

re Su-26 ... A- model did a Su-26 in 1/72 ..i think i have it, being A-model probbaly wont be a breeze


Hi Andrew,
I couldn't agree more mate. Now on to other matters...is it possible for you to perhaps post a photo of your Amodel SU-26 kit???
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby TOR » Fri Apr 26, 2013 5:42 pm

Here are some shots of the Richmond 88 SU-26M
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby TonyP » Sun May 05, 2013 2:02 pm

TOR wrote:Hi Tony,
That Red Bull Racer is lovely....what's it's story???
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Hi Ray,
Just saw this post. Sorry.
Well the story, in two words: Toyworld Sunbury!

I was looking through the shelves with my young bloke (away from the plastic model section you and I know well :lol: ) and stumbled upon about 10 that were on special. Think it was $8. There were a few others as well. Came with this. My project is to replace the props (that the same young bloke broke) with prop blurs and having it on it's side going through the gate.
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Here is a listing of what was available. I forget the name of the company but they were a german outfit.
http://www.aeroware.de/index.php?langua ... lter_id=88
There were 10 or so at Toyworld when I got it about 6 months ago. Wen back a week later and they were gone.
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby ZacTheKiwi » Thu Dec 19, 2019 6:28 am

TOR wrote:Here are some shots of the Richmond 88 SU-26M
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Apologies for the thread resurrection folks but I'm gathering references for the Richmond Sukhoi and TOR's photos aren't loading for me - any chance they can be refreshed somehow?

In the meantime here are some screenshots from the official video of the show, which I uploaded to YouTube last week (the Suk display starts at 32:24):
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr
ImageSukhoi Su-26M 11 flown by Evgeny Ivanovich Frolov (screenshot from Australin Bicentennial Air Show official video) by Zac Yates, on Flickr

Also, does anyone know its rego? All I can find is "11"!
EDIT: I just found this great image of her at Richmond by David Carter: https://www.airhistory.net/photo/66787/11-black
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby ZacTheKiwi » Mon Jan 20, 2020 8:37 pm

TOR's pics are back! Many thanks :-)
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby harvs73 » Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:24 am

ZacTheKiwi wrote:TOR's pics are back! Many thanks :-)


They have always been there.
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby ZacTheKiwi » Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:32 am

harvs73 wrote:
ZacTheKiwi wrote:TOR's pics are back! Many thanks :-)


They have always been there.

I think there was an issue at my end as when I last visited I couldn’t see them.
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Re: Sukhoi SU-26: references needed

Postby AndrewInOZ » Mon Jan 27, 2020 7:16 pm

Here are the photos from the APMA web site

https://goo.gl/photos/rgVp63tJuV2YFzvm9
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