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28ZComeback

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  1. Thanks all. I suppose it appears to be a P38. Funny how it appears to sit like a Potez 451!
  2. Yes if you look in the second photo, and look furthest back behind the row of Ki-84’s, to the left of the control tower (facing the tower) is a tail sitter apparently with a tail boom. I guess it could be a P38 but it looks to be “real” tail sitter. Thanks again for your thoughtful detective work!!
  3. Thanks a Babs it is. Great detective work! Anyone care to comment on the aircraft in the background of the second photo that looks like a Ju-88? It may or may not be a P-38, but seems to be a tail-sitter?
  4. I thank you all for your observations. I think it’s a Ki-79. The other photo from the series bears this out. To the left is the ki-43. To the right, the Ki-79bs. Do you agree? Thank you again https://www.asisbiz.com/il2/Ki-84/Ki-84-22-Sentai/pages/Nakajima-Ki-84-Hiko-Dai-22-Sentai-1-Chutai-W60-Kimpo-Korea-late-1945-01.html
  5. Hi-the Ki-43 in Korea is of interest here, what is the type in the background to the far right? A Ki-15?? Maybe a Ki-79? Thank you in advance. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Japanese-Aircraft-Nakajima-Ki-43-Oscar-Kimpo-Korea-1945-1-COLOR-SLIDE-No-Photo/333203811264?_mwBanner=1&ul_ref=https%3A%2F%2Frover.ebay.com%2Frover%2F0%2Fe11021.m43.l1120%2F7%3Feuid%3D85be9f3f161d4435bcbd4af228f688ef%26bu%3D44244304257%26ut%3DRU%26loc%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.ebay.com%252Fulk%252Fitm%252F333203811264%26exe%3D21942%26ext%3D57034%26es%3D0%26nqc%3DRAhAAQAABAAgBAAAABAAAAIQAABAICAAAAACAAAAACAEAAgAgAAAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI*%26nqt%3DRAhAAQAABAAgBAAAABAAAAIQAABAICAAAAACAAAAACAEAAgAgAAAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAAQQAAAAUAAAAASAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI*%26ec%3D1%26sojTags%3Des%3Des%2Cnqc%3Dnqc%2Cnqt%3Dnqt%2Cec%3Dec%2Cexe%3Dexe%2Cext%3Dext%2Cbu%3Dbu%2Cut%3Dut%26srcrot%3De11021.m43.l1120%26rvr_id%3D0%26rvr_ts%3De06cad8416a0ab4cf6f2abacfffed075&ul_noapp=true&pageci=e50448eb-3383-4be9-88a8-3247c54106a9
  6. Has anyone done a side by side comparison between the HPH kit and the Bobcat masterpiece? Thank you.
  7. Really gorgeous finish—you have certainly mastered the metal paints! Thank you for sharing this masterpiece with us!!
  8. This really made me day!! Thank you for sharing this excellent rendition with us!!
  9. Thanks Jordi. I appreciate the detailed information. Best wishes,
  10. Can anyone direct me to a profile and/or photo for the MiG-25s used in the war in Afghanistan, 1979-1989? I am trying to determine if the green/brown scheme was in effect. Thank you very much.
  11. It’s the pod from the mother ship in “2001: A Space Oddessy”. Nice try P-38 fans.
  12. This belongs in a Museum. The realism is truly remarkable.
  13. Manu — do you overcoat your bare metal finish?? It’s great!
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