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  1. Thanks Troy Smith. The links you posted (and others in them) clarify things a lot. Best regards.
  2. Hurricanes appear on these intervals: 00:00 to 01:13 01:33 to 01:42 01:46 to 02:32 04:06 to 04:20 09:43 to 10:10 10:56 to 11:28 What's up with this aircraft from 29:32 to 30:02? No spinner, no code letters and I think it has no guns. Is it a trainer?
  3. That's odd, the video appears on my screen. Try here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/681190185555815/permalink/739049486436551/ or here: https://www.facebook.com/100007131495929/videos/2146899622224400/
  4. This video have been posted by Barry Swinn at facebook group The RAF in Colour in WW2 with this caption: "WW2 BURMA AND CANADA, a film of the aircraft of ww2,both in the Burmese Theatre and the home front in Canada,all shot in colour during WW2,featuring Hurricanes,Mohawks,Mosquitos,Halifaxes,Liberators,Catalina, Oxfords,Harvards,Beufighters,Blenheims,Lodestar,Daks,Spits,Hudsons,even a wartime High Speed Rescue Launch,a multitude of RAF and RCAF footage,but sadly no sound,I do not think,that this film could be bettered,WARNING its a long film, 1 hour 15 mins long...do enjoy,been in my collection for years,its about time it spread its wings." I wonder if anybody could confirm if the Hurricanes are Sea Hurricanes, and what unit they belonged to. Better yet, a source of any serial number of the aircraft portrayed would be most welcome. Thanks in advance.
  5. More images here: http://www.trumpeter-china.com/index.php?g=home&m=product&a=show&id=3275&l=en
  6. If you want to take a sneak peak inside: https://www.wingleader.co.uk/shop/messerschmitt-bf110-units-in-the-battle-of-britain-part-one
  7. https://myemail.constantcontact.com/TELFORD-2018-.html?soid=1109766611619&aid=JuNX2c7Y90M
  8. I found this image labeled as "RNZAF 2th OTU" . Does someone know its serial number? Thanks in advance
  9. Is it me or this aircraft has odd features? I have not studied the Harvard deep enough, but I wonder if it was common to find what looks like a cable (pink), an air vent (in blue) and access hatches (green) on those airplanes:
  10. The more I look to this image above, the more it appears that the lighter color was applied over the dark color. The lighter one seems to be applied roughly, we can see the brush marks on the edges of each square...
  11. Martin Pengelly published these two images at Facebook's T-6 Harvard & SNJ "The Pilot Maker" group:
  12. I wonder if anyone cares to explain this camouflage: https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205209687 Thanks in advance
  13. I am not being dubious maybe I could have written it better: I dislike the mad riveting (on the kit). They just added a riveted line along each panel lines (on the kit), more or less like Italeri, the actual aircraft isn't this way: If it was to make this (on the kit), I would have preferred if they didn't make any rivet at all... Note that there are rivets in the middle of the panels too (on the real aircraft), not only at the side of the lines. The surface of the aircraft is rich of texture ( the real aircraft), and the engineer who made the project of the kit simplified everything. Therefore: The interpretation of the rivets on the kit surface isn't equal, doesn't match, what I see in the photo of the real aircraft. I would prefer if they had made a better research on the real aircraft instead of applying a single line of holes parallel to each line on the kit. I am sorry, better than that, only if I make you a drawing...
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