|Feb 03, 2015, 04:01 AM|
Joined Jun 2011
Movo in the 50's 60's was producing models on their own design.
The name was from MOdelli VOlanti (flying models) because they were designing and producing planes.
Then they sold a few plans to other companies, like the Muimota tug that is now produced and marketed by Panart.
Other designs simply went forgotten, like the Asso speedboat or the Antares that can be found around the web.
Now Movo has a new ownership and they are a model-shop with no more production, they sell mainly planes and cars by other manufacturers.
|Feb 03, 2015, 09:54 AM|
United Kingdom, London
Joined Oct 2006
Thanks for that.
After receipt of half-a-dozen more sets of plans, I've fired off copyright requests to:
...so we will see what comes back. Has anyone done a 'cleaned-up' version of the Amanti TORNADO? That's just scans of wood, so I'll be back to doing some more drawing unless anyone has done it first...
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