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Creepy Pete

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  1. The Luftwaffe one was an F-104F, not a TF-104G. I'm not a specialist when it comes to F-104's, but the intakes should be bare metal on that one, not black, since it lacked the heating system. Also, it seems that F-104F's had some sort of patch where the gun would be on the single seater. I don't think the TF-104G had that?
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    Xtradecal sheet X72027 USAFE Phantoms: a questio

    This is one of the reasons why I don't buy Xtradecal sheets anymore. I once checked all the options on the sheet, and I think I found errors on just about every option. PM sent.
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    Xtradecal sheet X72027 USAFE Phantoms: a questio

    My copy has an addendum sheet with the stars 'n' bars, unit badges, pin stripes for the nose, a set of AR tail codes and the wrong serials, again. But at least with two sets of serials you can cut the 6's from one set and put them upside down to make 9's.
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    60s NATO Vs Warsaw Pact in Europe GB

    Just toying with some ideas. Would a Bundesgrenzschutz Alouette II count?
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    Alconbury RF-4C paint schemes

    On by far most of the RF-4C's, the nose the were produced with, was the nose they kept till retirement. There were a few angled nose ones that did get the rounded nose, but I believe these all had the UPD-8 data link antenna in place of the No. 2 camera station which was later removed.
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    What's flying over your house? Thread #2

    Sounds like these guys: Aviation Photocrew
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    What's flying over your house? Thread #2

    Sounds like this one: http://www.conniesurvivors.com/F-BHBG.htm Looks like it's in need of some TLC indeed.
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    Beech 18 & C-45 post war schemes

    There are some nice post war USN and USMC along with a couple JASDF ones here. A bunch in the collection of the San Diego Air and Space Museum here. Always interesting, the Air America ones: here.
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    L-39ZA Albatros color.

    I'm guessing it's the same as many of their other planes (L-410, An-26, C-27J etc), which is close to FS35237.
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    1/72 Sepecat Jaguar T.2

    Thanks everybody! Couldn't help wondering if this inspired you when you decided on your screenname. That looks very nice. I should try one of those Hase Jags once, to see which one is nicer.
  11. Hello, Here's my 1/72 Italeri Jaguar T.2. Nothing fancy, just the kit parts and decals. I did paint the tail stripe, because the decal provided was too short. This kit is not one of Italeri's best, imo, but in the end it looks like a Jaguar. I hope you like it. Thanks for looking, Pete
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    Luftwaffe Tornado Pylons

    Hard to tell indeed. It certainly looks like they are one of the two green shades, but which one, not sure. If I had to pick one, I'd go with the FS 34079.
  13. If you mean the forward pointing one, that's an AN/APR-30 Fwd Hemisphere Antenna Fairing. It's part of Project Shoehorn, a program to give the USN Phantoms better self protection. You can read about it here and here.
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    What's flying over your house? Thread #2

    Heard a French Herc yesterday, don't get many of those here. Noticed the same one coming back from Lithuania today, so I guess that's where it went.
  15. Well, that's more or less correct. The decals are for a Cold Lake one during the symmetrical markings era, which started in 1973, and the recce role was pretty much over by 1972. Still, why they include this option in a recce dedicated boxing is a bit of a puzzle.
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