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  1. Hello friends, this is my latest built. The IMAM Ro.37 A.30 was a two-seater Italian reconnaissance , a product of the Industrie Meccaniche Aeronautiche Meridionali (IMAM) company. Powered by the FIAT A.30 RA, a 600-hp, liquid-cooled V-12, the Ro 37 could reach a top speed of 199 mph (332 kph) at 13,120 ft (4037 m), could land at 67 mph (112 kph), and had a service ceiling of 21,976 ft (6762 m). The kit is the Special Hobby Ro.37 1/48 and is finished in a medium quality, grey soft plastic with recessed panel lines; the level of detail is modest. The kit contains a set of photo etched parts, resin parts and a high quality decal sheet. Overall a well engineered kit. I assembled a 103° Squadron Plane engaged in the Ethiopian War (c.a. 1936) IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 [1/48] Special Hobby by Rodolfo Emme, su Flickr Best regards
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