Bronzart desk models

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Bronzart desk models

Postby grwebster » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:00 pm

Here are some desk models by Bronzart
This Marauder has a stand but the seller did not detach it when he sent it, so it broke off the bottom section.
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This P-47 is a different casting from the ID Model
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This is the Bronzart 1940 P-47 ID model, but the stand is also by Bronzart. Never seen another stand like this.
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby voodoo1200 » Mon Mar 28, 2011 1:37 am

I too love the bronzart and have 10 to 15 in my collection, this is another one of the very rare ones.....C-74
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby grwebster » Mon Mar 28, 2011 6:26 am

Had no idea they made one of that, I have seen the b-29 .
Very nice
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby voodoo1200 » Mon Mar 28, 2011 8:27 pm

Here's my 1/48 scalr F-89 Scorpion and my XF-91A Thunderceptor
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Martin Baltimore

Postby solumis » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:27 pm

Haven't seen that very often. Have sitckers with "Baltimore" and made like the the B-26.
This one has a reglued Tail... :cry:
How does the stand looks like?
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby voodoo1200 » Thu Sep 03, 2015 3:46 am

I just acquired a F-4U Corsair too. Sitting on my P-47 Thunderbolt's stand though.
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby voodoo1200 » Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:54 pm

Does anyone have a picture of what the original stands for the F4U looks like?
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby alumtube » Sun Mar 13, 2016 2:30 am

My latest auction find is this Bronzart P-51 Mustang. It is a project..... Bronzart logo underneath stand / ashtray.
Did not know they made the P-51... Anyone has one? Trying to figure out exact propeller.
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby sandmanoverhaul » Sun Jun 05, 2016 2:33 pm

I currently have a few Bronzart models in the shop with many just on temporary layover. Also missing is a P-47C Thunderbolt with extended landing gear being staged for a ground-up restoration. Another missing Bronzart is a recognition B-17E that had its embossed lettering removed by a previous owner. This particular model will be slightly modified to accept a bolt for a stand. If that simple modification works, I will present that process later. The B-26 on top left will be receiving D-Day markings for a special display in Dayton. Bronzart stands varied in design and are missing about 50% of the time so other stands are created or improvised. Having stands under many of these models probably helps keep them safe as they give a more "intimidating" presence and less apt to being mis-handled.

The group includes:
3 ea Martin B-26
2 ea Republic P-47N
1 ea Republic P-47C
1 ea Curtiss P-40
2 ea P-39

Regards, Tom
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Re: Bronzart desk models

Postby alumtube » Mon Jun 06, 2016 2:05 am

Very nice collection.

Here is the P-51 restored but still with all original pain.
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