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Cool. Shows how much faith and support the people of this country has on our scientists and engineers. Wish the LCA team all the best. Expecting some good news about the Trainer and the Naval version.
Fine with the Jingoism here. But the workmanship leaves a lot to be desired.
Are you mad? This is a model handmade by an enthusiast in an out of the way part of India, paying 30,000 Rupees from his own pocket. Appreciate his passion, I would never spend that much or even put so much effort, and that man did it. Hats off.
30,000 thousand!!! How come, when HAL has spend 5 lakhs just for the paint job for LCA model in HAL museum !!!
Ah!! may be they are tired after preparing "state of the art" HAL museum model plane with carbon composits, titanium landing gear, ejection seats, all-glass cockpit, mmr radar, single blade turbo fan engine, fly-by-wire computer all coated with a radar absorbing paint and mounted with helina and astra supported by drop tanks and gun turret
No wonder they were trekking for a welcome break
PS. they will soon start working on MCA model now
to anon @ 12:14pm
the LCA model at the museum is made mostly out of wood.
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