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  1. So, I don't see a difference... Is it just the engine? Please enlight me.
  2. Humbrol has got Brunswick Green Hu 3, but isn't that too dark?
  3. When I read the original Biggles book as a youth I remember that the aircraft is described as a slightly enlarged Mosquito. With a little research I came up with the DH 99/101 which is absolutely plausible. The Spur in this comic book got me to think of a DH Hornet with the cockpit of a Gloster Meteor T.7... However, the body of the meteor must be larger than the Hornet so it will probably not fit. Apart from that, a larger Mosquito (DH 99/101) should be much bigger than the Hornet. To sum up my discussion here would end up into a Hornet in a larger scale... 1/48 t
  4. Btw How did the J/1A look in the aft cabin compared with the J/1? I've searched for pictures of the backseat(s) in the J/1A without success. I know that the J/1 was a 3-seater and the J/1A was a 4-seater. How the h... did they manage to get two persons in the backseat(s)??
  5. Hi Christian Is this the F. D.VII that Göring brought to Denmark and displayed at the exhibition in 1919?
  6. A fantastic book about the subjects will be released in October. https://www.europeanairlines.no/product/the-fokker-fours/ Author: Rob J. M. Mulder Pages: 384 pages, 536 photographs, posters, and color profiles Format: 210 x 297mm, hardback Language: English Publisher: European Airlines Rob Mulder In September 1929, Anthony Fokker presented his first four-engine aircraft in the United States of America: the Fokker F-32. It could carry up to 32 passengers and was at its time the largest and most luxurious aircraft in the world. Then, une
  7. The book is postponed and they "hope it will be finished some time this year". I've contributed a little to the Swedish part in the book and they want to add some squadron badges and nose art.
  8. Here are a few detailed Hunters of the RSwAF.
  9. Canopies that have become yellow could be exposed to ultra violet light and the yellowness may disappear. I've had canopies in the sunny window for months and the wellowness have almost disappered. I haven't tried UV-lamps, but that should work.
  10. Great news! Here are walk around pictures of a Swedish one. http://www.flygloster.com/extra/Skyraider.htm
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