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85sqn

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85sqn last won the day on February 7 2015

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    Air war in the Mediterranean
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    Aircraft of 85 Sqn
    Aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm (WW2)

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  1. But Hobbyboss Avenger rather annoyingly does not have FAA observer blister windows so you need to make them or get them from an AM/Italeri kit.
  2. Lovely Harvard Tony, I have a couple planned myself- I was fortunate to have a back seat in the Goodwood harvard last year. Is that Kissimee Florida? US built Harvard IIa would that be equivalent to an AT-6C?
  3. Beautiful finish!
  4. Awesome surface patina, looks amazing
  5. If you're going to model it make sure you include a foldable bicycle which he used to carry about in the cockpit!
  6. I have it thanks, a new edition was just released this year I believe. Yep, it was written on the side of his first Corsair MkI and as you say it was his wifes name. Other pilots had other names written as well from the photos I have. JT371 was Kathleen III.
  7. Lovely corsair well done!
  8. Really lovely and in a very fitting setting well done! Is it staying in the museum?? Edited to say: that colour is a really nice match for the original.
  9. Beautiful work as usual! I've always liked the look of the D520, very sporty looking. One day I'll get round to it!
  10. Great effort I'm well impressed with the wing fold!
  11. Hi guys that bulldog was regularly flown by the boss of SUAS, he used it to commute to Boscombe. I know because I was on the UAS at the time. Best regards Nick
  12. Hi guys that bulldog was regularly flown by the boss of SUAS, he used it to commute to Boscombe. I know because I was on the UAS at the time. Best regards Nick
  13. Awesome, love the hangar too!