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  1. Not sure but maybe a discoloration that occurred as natural weathering in the Aegean Sea air or possibly touch-up paint. The position of the new color is close to the spot where debris from the prop would hit the fuselage. I don't know for sure but it was flying from rock and gravel fields in Greece and Rhodos. Maybe Manchuria.
  2. Does anyone know how the Royal Hellenic Air Force utilized the civilian Ju-52s requisitioned into service following the Italian invasion of October 1940? Were they used as makeshift bombers? Were the civilian seats removed for general cargo transport? Thank you for any ideas or suggestions.
  3. Thank you all. Fin I have joined the Romanian site and will post upon approval. Many many thanks.
  4. Hello all, Can anyone direct me to references for the Romanian Ju-86s? I believe they were a typical Luftwaffe splinter scheme. In addition I am seeking photos of the Romanian bombers. Thank you for your interest.
  5. Jurek, I continue to admire your work. Do you recall the paints and specific colors used to get the beautiful finish? Many thanks
  6. Love the chrome; but afraid to use it. Could you share your secret for the interior green of the cockpit. It' captures the look. Thank you.
  7. I will dig it out of the attic. They appear on eBay from time to time.
  8. I want to add that I find it difficult to make flat black "interesting" to the eye, but you have succeeded on many levels.
  9. Nice build and finish. By the way I have a resin 1/48 Pulqui II that I bought years ago. It's resin and detailed.
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