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Old 09-14-2019, 08:44 PM
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Your build of the S&P L3Y2 looks great Karol.

I've got this and one of the G3M's. Hmm. Just looking at the G3M file and started thinking those blister windows might be adaptable with modification for a possible G4M1 conversion.........
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Old 09-21-2019, 03:00 PM
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Onu f-86

Thank you Bruno and Tony:
It has been some time since I completed a Bruno's creation.
This is a WIP of the recolor (decolor?) that Tony did of an F-86 operated in Congo by Philippine's pilots. It needs landing gear, that I am going to borrow from Trotskiys' Blue Impulse. I included the Tunaan and on Otter for comparison in 1/400.

ps and we are back to page 1!
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Old 09-21-2019, 05:11 PM
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I'm so in awe of these gems I can't even think of a corny 'giant coin' joke!
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Old 09-21-2019, 06:57 PM
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Yes, holding the fort!!! Nice Sabre. I hope you'll do the other two Sabres. The UN Meteors will arrive in a near future. Tony.
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Rata:
The coin is big, about an inch, slightly larger than an American quarter, but a lot fatter.
Tony:
Thank you for the recolors.
Bruno:
A lot of your models in progress including the: WWI Blimp, Belfast, Dash-7, Beaver, and many more (but I do not know when I will finish them). Thank you for the tsunami of Japanese planes, and specially for the design diagrams.
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:10 AM
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Thanks for the contributions during my absence.
I struggled with the G4M in other versions and with work. (this week I have to pass a certification audit, so I'll be busy again).
I managed to get some work done on the next models. Here are some profiles already although I still need to do the test build. Other variants will require more design efforts.
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:15 AM
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Randy! So glad you're still in 'Japan WWII' mode Bruno.
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BruNo 3140 is of the 2nd Squadron, 3rd Flying Regiment (formerly a light bomber unit) based at Ikawa, Japan, in 1945, according to Bernard Baeza, Les Avions de l'Armée Impériale Japonaise, 1910-1945, Outreau, France: Lela Press, 2011, page 282.


I can't identify the unit of BruNo 3142. What did your source say the unit was, Bruno?


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Old 09-22-2019, 10:38 PM
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Thanks for the research, Don.
The source I used for the Ki-102 Kó only says Japanese Imperial Army 1945. The livery is based on the Sword decals. That's all I had. Well, there were only 26 Kó models built anyway. Perhaps somebody could do the repaint with the USAF markings.
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Thanks for the contributions during my absence.
I struggled with the G4M in other versions and with work. (this week I have to pass a certification audit, so I'll be busy again).
I managed to get some work done on the next models. Here are some profiles already although I still need to do the test build. Other variants will require more design efforts.
B

Another fantastic Model! About G4M waiting next versions.
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