1/72 RWD-5/5BIS

ZTSPS-005

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1/72 plastic kit from ZTS Plastyk, to build the RWD-5/5BIS, with decals for two civilian versions.

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BrandZTS Plastyk
ReferenceS-005
SortPlastic kit
Scale1:72
MotifTouring and sports plane
Plastic partsn/d
Sizen/d
DecalsCivilian plates: SP-AJU and SP-ARP
Historical period1931-1939
AttentionDo not include paint or glue ( sold separately )
ContentPlastic parts | Decals | Instructions
Year1999

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The RWD 5 was a Polish touring and sports plane of 1931, a two-seat high-wing monoplane, constructed by the RWD team. It was made famous by its transatlantic flight, being the smallest aircraft to cross the Atlantic.

The RWD 5 was constructed by the RWD team of Stanisław Rogalski, Stanisław Wigura and Jerzy Drzewiecki (their designs were named RWD after their initial letters). It was a further development of earlier RWD aircraft series (RWD 1, RWD 2, RWD 3 and RWD 7), especially of its direct predecessor, the RWD 4. It shared the same wing shape and construction, while the fuselage was totally new, constructed of steel frame, unlike its wooden predecessors. The fuselage had a modern shape and a closed canopy with panoramic windows (earlier models had atypical fish-shaped fuselages with no direct forward view from the pilot's seat).

The first prototype (registration SP-AGJ) was flown on 7 August 1931 by its designer Jerzy Drzewiecki. It was built in new workshops of Warsaw University of Technology near Okęcie airport, from 1933 converted to Doświadczalne Warsztaty Lotnicze (DWL) company.

After successes of the prototype in air competitions, a small-scale series production was set up, mostly for the Polish Aero Club. Series aircraft had improved landing gear. Two were built in 1932 (registration SP-AJA and AJB), five in 1933 (including the single-seater RWD 5bis), eleven in 1934 (including one in Aero Club workshops in Lublin) and one more in 1937 (SP-BGX), for a total of 20 aircraft. In 1932, the RWD 5 was shown at the International Air Show in Paris.

1/72 plastic kit from ZTS Plastyk, to build the RWD-5/5BIS, with decals for two civilian versions.

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1/72 RWD-5/5BIS

1/72 RWD-5/5BIS

1/72 plastic kit from ZTS Plastyk, to build the RWD-5/5BIS, with decals for two civilian versions.

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