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ruudster

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  1. i'm not sure what i'll do if i do not get my Barry Bf 109 fix from time to time... Looks great Barry!
  2. "Another interesting aspect of the reference photo at the beginning of this section is the height of the undercarriage legs. This Hellcat is heavily loaded with ordnance and fuel. Under maximum load with the oleos fully compressed, the bottom of the wheel covers are almost touching the chocks." http://www.hyperscale.com/2008/reviews/kits/eduard8211reviewbg_1.htm On my (future) 1/72 Eduard Hellcat builds, i do not think i'll worry about it much.
  3. That was the F-86K's nickname with the KLu. In het land stond de F86K bekend als Kaasjager. De herkomst hiervan is twijfelachtig. Het kan herleiding zijn van de “K” s maar in de tijd van aankomst was een prominente Amsterdammer, de heer Kaasjager, in het nieuws omdat hij het parkeerprobleem op wilde heffen door de grachten te dempen. So it might be because there was a politician in Amsterdam of that name (wanting to solve the parking problems) and because the F-86 was also a "K"
  4. Here is Barry's AZ G-14 build: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/72nd_aircraft/az-bf-109-g-14-t9326.html
  5. Victory Models' sheet has McCain's VA-46 markings https://modelingmadness.com/scott/decals/vpd48004.htm
  6. Very nice work Tony. Not often one sees the 320 sq's B-25s. Thank you for sharing it with us.
  7. Great work! It is such and nicely detailed kit, your build more than does it justic.
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