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bobmig

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  1. If you're looking for 1/72 scale, our B-25B, C &D sheet has some colourful subjects. While not OD/NG, the OD and white aircraft is a looker! Bob
  2. Here's a link to a good Indian Air Force site. This takes you to the Spitfire page, but from there you can browse and explore the history and various other aircraft pages: http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/IAF/aircraft/past/919-spitfire.html#Mk XIV
  3. Maybe this will help a bit – from an old issue of IPMS Canada's magazine, RT.
  4. How 'different' do you want? There are a couple of E-3s on our Early Bf 109Es sheet. Bob
  5. Yup... here are a few others. Unfortunately I don't know the markings for the aircraft other than the nose areas shown, but maybe with some research... Bob
  6. Here's a better image of our out-of-print "Camouflaged B-29s" decal sheet. I occasionally get a request that it be reprinted. At one point I was working on doing just that, but then Academy brought out their camouflaged B-29 kit in which they had ripped off every single scheme on our sheet! So... after that there was no point in reprinting. Bob
  7. We now have our two new decal sheets in hand and ready to ship! There’s the reprint of the very popular 1/48 Starfighters in Combat sheet, with an additional scheme included. And there's also the new 1/48 sheet of More ANG Mustangs.
  8. Really!? ... You don't say! Bob
  9. Thanks, guys! In this respect I guess it was kind of like the Northeast Airlines aircraft that operated with the Air Transport Command in both Northeast and USAAF markings. Bob
  10. I’ve stumbled across a couple of interesting C-47s which I can’t find any information on. The first is said to be 45-0884 (unless that’s just a partial serial). But that fuselage legend has me bewildered. I’ve not seen anything like that before. Is this some unit marking or a one-off individual aircraft marking? It almost looks like a civil airline livery. The next aircraft’s markings read “MILITARY AIR ATTACHE: AMERICAN LEGATION, WELLINGTON”. I’m wondering if the aircraft is in standard OD over Neutral Grey, as it would seem, or might it be a special colour as befits its special ‘diplomatic’ role. Has anyone seen other pictures of this one? Bob
  11. Thanks to all for your input. I understand it a lot better now. Bob
  12. Yes. For something that's supposed to be visible, you'd think they would have made them... well... visible! I believe the photo of "A" may have come from here: https://www.krulantiquarianbooks.nl/cats.php?aut=&titel=&tref=&bnr=&catnr=786&page=14&cursor=<&length=11673&id=6907616&submit=Search
  13. Thanks for the replies. Here are some of the photos that made me wonder. (Note... I've Photoshopped these to try to make the underwing more visible.)
  14. Avro Shackleton s/n WG554 of ASWDU in Ballykelly, ca. 1965. This aircraft (and others of the period that I’ve found) does not seem to have either underwing roundel or serials. Is that a correct assumption on my part? Thanks Bob
  15. Hi, BlueNosers352nd. Sorry you had a problem with the decals. Before replying I wanted to test some of them myself. I took two of the Stearman sheets and a Stearman fuselage half from an unbuilt kit. I cut out the 73 from each sheet, immersed it in tepid water and then held it above the water's surface for about 30-35 seconds. I wet the fuselage and carefully slid the decal off the backing sheet onto the plastic, and blotted it with a tissue. Now, just because I had no problem I'm not saying that you didn't. Yes, the carrier film on these is VERY thin. And there may very well have been part of the print run which didn't receive sufficient clear varnish. (As it's transparent, that's something that's impossible to see while it's happening, unlike a colour which would be obvious.) These were done by a printer I no longer use. While he produced extremely nice work... good colours, thin decals, and fine register... he seems to have had problems on the business end of things. In any event, my decals are now being printed by Microscale. All this aside, I still feel bad about your decal problems. So, if you'll tell me which couple of sheets you'd be interested in, I'll send them to you gratis. Hope that will help you feel better. Bob Migliardi
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