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About leyreynolds

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  1. I've now received both books mentioned above and at first glance I'm no wiser about the development of the Wal series and their differences. I hope that a close read of both and reference to the two kits will make matters clearer. What the world, or at least Admiral Puff and myself, needs is a comprehensive book in English on this fascinating aircraft!
  2. That's it. Thanks.
  3. I seem to remember an online article on this force but can't seem to find it now. Any ideas please?
  4. Very little - go with the Blackbird conversion.
  5. Thanks for that. My quest continues.
  6. That would be great thanks.
  7. If memory serves, 3 Sqn RAAF aircraft retained the TLS colours while operating over Palestine and Syria. Repainting would have been done after that.
  8. That's what I'm searching for references for. I've ordered the two books mentioned above and hope that they will help..
  9. Thanks for the info' above.
  10. As I now have both the Huma and A-Model kits, I've started looking for reference articles/books - so far to no avail. Any suggestions please, even if in German?
  11. Thanks, that's much appreciated. If you can send me copies of the drawings that would be great.
  12. I'm looking for drawings including plan views of S-1, S-2 and S-7 Class boats - any references out there please?
  13. Thanks Nick. I meant of course the Nakajima factory paint.
  14. Thanks for all the info'. I gather from the above that the Aleutian Rufes would all have been the standard grey?
  15. Some years ago I remember seeing colour illustrations of this type with a mauve-ish shade overall (uppersurfaces perhaps). Is this merely a discolouration of the normal grey colour or a figment of some artist's imagination?