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Mark Proulx

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  1. This is a great development for a kit long overdue.... Will it come with clear parts and decals? Is the Mach 2 kit readily available? I will be keeping a close eye on this conversion! Mark Proulx PS... if you need help at all I have lots of Argus material including photos/slides of every one built.
  2. In discussions I have with some 352nd FG "experts", they routinely polished some of their aircraft with shoe polish in the search for speed. That would certainly change the color on the aircraft after application. Mark Proulx
  3. Ummmm.... Eduard is 48th scale. This conversion set is in 32nd scale designed for the Dragon kit. Mark Proulx
  4. FWIW, 418 Sqn RCAF became part of 2nd TAF in November 1944. Mark Proulx
  5. Aviaeology does it in 72nd. Mark Proulx
  6. Air to air victories. Mark Proulx
  7. On May 3, 1944, Kipp/Huletsky claimed four Fw 190's in Black Rufe. Those four victories saw 418 achieve their 100th victory, air and ground combined. Hence, the 100 applied to the nose art of this Mosquito. HTH Mark Proulx
  8. Definitely interesting.  The size difference in size between the squadron code is unusual.


  9. This perhaps of interest?
  10. Does anyone provide aftermarket skirts for a 1/16th scale Panzer IV? Mark Proulx
  11. There is an extensive thread about this kit at LSP. On page 5, the gear door situation is discussed. http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=64104&hl= gear doors&page=5 HTH Mark Proulx
  12. FWIW, Ullmans opus Luftwaffe Colors 1935-1945 provides color chips. Among the choices is RLM 65 Hellblau (1938) which is more towards blue. Another chip, presented immediately beside is RLM 65 Hellblau (1941) which is more towards green. Note same RLM designator and name but in two different colors for different periods in time. Mark Proulx
  13. Additionally, when you look at surviving relic pieces, there are different shades of RLM 66 too... Mark Proulx
  14. I am away from my references at the moment. If my memory serves me correctly, discussed by Ullman. I also have documents at home discussing difficulties surrounding RLM 65. Additionlly, I have fragments oF Stuka airframe pieces clearly green in hue (the Stuka RLM 65 undersides) Mark Proulx
  15. Yes, there are different shades of RLM 65. Prior to late 1941, more of blue hue. After that, more of a green hue. Though two colors, it remained RLM 65. Mark Proulx
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