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Nick Nichols

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  1. Thanks for the advice, Mike. I do not have this book, and unfortunately, probably it will not. And I reviewed thousands of photos on the flickr.com, but I didn 't find what I was looking for. Only one gun position is interested, the one that was on b-24j 44-40268 "kentucky belle": http://www.americanairmuseum.com/aircraft/19613 It is strange that in the last photo, on this B-24 there is no nose art, and a completely different waist gun positions
  2. Seeking info, drawings, photos for b-24 liberator enclosed waist windows with frame from both sides. Like this: thanks
  3. About the emblem see "Jet & Prop" 2012-01 Magazine, pages 25-29
  4. On the emblem, there should be a red devil on a yellow / orange background
  5. From Scalemates: "217 Sqn. L9866, MW-J | RAF St. Eval February 1941 | Extra Dark Sea grey, Dark Green, Night" https://www.scalemates.com/kits/airfix-a04021-bristol-beaufort-mki--1260478
  6. I'd like to see the downscale of all Do-217s to scale 1/72
  7. It was just a site about the history of NOVO models. There is another where more information is collected: http://retromodels.ru/
  8. Excellent news! Now i will wait Hurricane Mk.IIB.
  9. ))) I made it special for you: http://scalemodels.ru/modules/forum/viewtopic_p_1581917.html#1581917
  10. It's not about the hole at all. There, all the geometry of the part is incorrect and not similar to anything. they did it:
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