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Beech 17s and more Stars

We now have our two newest decal sheets back from the printer and ready to go! There's a sheet of colourful 1/48 Beechcraft 17s that includes markings for USAAF, RAF, Chinese, and US Antarctic markings. There's also 1/72 scale Stars in the Sky 3, which has markings for aircraft flown by Robert Clothier, Tim Holt, Jerry Coleman, and Dean Paul Martin. Here are images of the instruction sheets as well as some interesting photos.  www.iliad-design.com

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Here are a couple of Chinese AF all-white ambulance Beech 17s, and a white-tailed US aircraft in rather unhappy circumstances

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And here's actor Tim Holt (back row at left) with his crew and the "City of Monroe".


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Relic was one of my favourites.  Sitting at the counter in Molly's Reach, staring at the new hifalutin menu.  "Quickie Lorraine!  Who's Quickie Lorraine?"


I have now lost any possible excuse for passing on the Airfix Lancaster II.




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