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Old 03-22-2020, 09:52 AM
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Hi Ray,

I think the video link was caught by the forum filter, if there was one...

To be clear about my question, I have attached a picture of Orlik's paint scheme, with two actual schemes that I have seen in photos of the prototypes at different dates. My question was about whether Orlik's scheme existed at all, or if it was a mix-and-match between historical schemes?
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Old 03-22-2020, 11:09 AM
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Ok, I see what your meaning. I cannot find any definitive information.

However, it is possible the schemes appeared at different times.

It is hard to tell with the old photos.
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Old 03-24-2020, 01:34 PM
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"My question was about whether Orlik's scheme existed at all..." Yes & no. The model, of course, is of the first prototype #278845 which differed from #46 and #47 in small mods as well as livery. The fuselage markings of the kit show #45 during a transition period from one style national insignia to another and re-placing of the a/c serial to the aft fuselage. I found this, during a Google/quickie-wiki search, to be accurate. However, at no time, would the "new" star & bar national insignia be found, on this aircraft, at any time, on the top of the right wing. Just sayin....

And, yes, your efforts here are much better than were Curtiss's there. Bydand,
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