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  1. I hope for that - especially for a Mk V / MK VI high altitude. The warpaint series give a lot of impressions modelldoc
  2. Yes and no. Bundeswehr vehicles in action (ISAF etc. have the iron cross, rhe tested Stalvarts had that never! Okay, rhese two replicas exist, but for me it's not as choice to made one of these. I prefer a BAOR version, hope for the other versions and (much more) for the Salamander. modelldoc
  3. I checked the situation. Yes, German Army tested (!!!) two Stalvart. But the camouflage is totaly wrong! The Stalwarts are not camouflaged and not marked, the picture at Wikipedia show replicas from former BAOR Stalwarts. modelldoc
  4. German Army? Never heard that they have it in service, there are only two (!!!) for testing modelldoc
  5. I had made only three: The Trident with new decals from Russia (!) The Tu-134 with new decals from my stash: And the Mi-10K: The landing gear was tricky! modelldoc
  6. This is the basic kit. REvell had the version with the floats Here is the full production line: https://www.scalemates.com/kits/130361-veb-plasticart-15600-junkers-g23-24 modelldoc
  7. All G 23 and G 24 kits are all rhe same from the VEB Plasticard origin. Saw nice coversions on ebay: http://www.ebay.de/itm/Junkers-G-24-he-Ioannina-1-72-resin-umbaustaz-NEU-/371951545100?hash=item569a0a2b0c:g:ktoAAOSwIQdZGhQR http://www.ebay.de/itm/Junkers-G-24-he-Luftwaffe-1-72-resin-umbaustaz-NEU-/222512611771?hash=item33cec901bb:g:fcsAAOSwIQdZGhJx They from Master -X, don't know more about these company modelldoc
  8. The G-24 was produced in three variants. The first with wheels and swiss or swedish markings is the original Plasticart. Series 2 with floats comes from Revell and now it here: https://www.reifra.de/online-shop/spielwaren-aus-eigener-herstellung/modellbau/bausaetze-fuer-flugzeugmodelle/53/flugzeugmodell-junkers-24-bauserie-2?c=99 Modellmaster (Plasticard with a new label name made also rhe series 3 kit. It is a rare kit. The Junkers F-13 was developt by Plasricart, but produced by Revell. modelldoc
  9. There is also a kit from the sixth prototype: modelldoc
  10. Build: (Thirty years before) modelldoc
  11. It's from an old soviet toykits factory. Not clear where it was, St. Peterburg (Leningrad) perhaps. I need more pictures from all the paperwork. A MiG-15,, MiG-17 and a MiG-21 came from the same company. It's only an old souvenir. modelldoc
  12. I got the kit as a teenager, and builkd it new as a memory few years ago. Sometimes you can find it on ebay. This is the kit: https://www.scalemates.com/kits/147782-revell-h-129-phantom-f-4k modelldoc
  13. The first Revell issue for a Royal Navy Phantom in the seventith show the McDonnell sign on the plane. modelldoc
  14. That's are vintage kits. some of them in production until today https://www.reifra.de/online-shop/spielwaren-aus-eigener-herstellung/modellbau/?p=2 So the Trident, the Comet and the B 727 quiet rare kits. BTW the old FROG /NOVO collection 1:96 had a Comet and a Caravelle. modelldoc
  15. The book "Military Aircraft in the Chinese Civil War", published in Taiwan 1992, ISBN957-8628-02-1 has all the original drawings. You can find they also here: http://wp.scn.ru/en/ww2/f/768/196/0#1 They copies are all from the book. modelldoc