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About Borisz

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  1. That would be more interesting. I dont think thats just coincidence. I mean what are the odds that two czech companies release the same subject in the same time? I guess KP will sale a downgraded one and SH the multimedia version. Anyway we will see it soon.
  2. I bought it almost 15 years ago, I guess it is not availible now.
  3. Good morning, Vietnam! This is my part for the group build, an Italeri ACH-47 in 1/72. As you can see I have an Eduard PE sheet for it, I guess it will be useful. I still have an ongoing build so it have to wait a bit.
  4. If I was You, I'd build both! Idk, the early is a neat classic one but the 74/75/76 is something realy unique. The size and the shape of the Ju attracts the attention even in its own I think. The 74/75/76 scheme is maybe a little bit of gambling. Can be stunning or ugly as hell on a bomber.
  5. Sorry I was in hurry and wasnt specific enough. So: All aircrafts built in the Messer progamme for Hungary and for Germany had to be painted in 74/75/76 scheme. Also in the end of 1943 the Ministry of Defense orderd to every newly manufactured aircraft and those that were overhauled and had in its camo a defect ratio higher than 50% (like chipped, much too worn-out), those all needed to painted with RLM 74/75/76 colors. Because of it the airforce did not order the previous colors in '44 and in the Hungarian repairing plants got such a painting even WM-21, Me-108, Fi-156, Ju-86 and He-46 Podva was right. Newly manufactured ones that wasn't built in the Messer programe got different paintings The Ju-86 may got its 74/75/76 camo during an overhaul.
  6. I got the answer: As Magó told me the Royal Hungarian Airforce followed the German painting standards. After 1943 every new aircraft and those that were overhauled and needed repaint got RLM 74/75/76 scheme.
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