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Sanjuro

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  1. Eduard leaflet for distributors June 2019 June 2019
  2. That's correct. There are two sets of the pilot sprue in the Su-27UB kit.
  3. Hello, maybe this will help: https://www.wikihow.com/Fix-if-You-Can't-Access-a-Particular-Website
  4. Eduard leaflet for distributors Feb. 2019 leaflet_Feb2019
  5. Eduard leaflet for distributors Dec. 2018 leaflet_for_distributors_2018_12
  6. Unfortunately there are no new parts for the nose. One nose is for the MiG-23MF, the other for the MiG-23ML.
  7. It does look like aluminum/light gray in this picture: https://media.defense.gov/2016/Aug/29/2001618988/780/780/0/160829-F-IO108-006.JPG (found here: https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/Visit/Museum-Exhibits/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/198057/convair-f-102a-delta-dagger/)
  8. I really like this kind of modelling. And thanks for showing the details! Always good to learn new things. Looking forward to the next steps.
  9. That's not the 6th Stormo badge on the tail, it is the marking of WaSLw 50 (Waffenschule der Luftwaffe / airforce weapons school). It was used by the newly formed AG-51 for a very short period before changing to the better known 'owl'. https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:COA_WaSLw_50_b1964.svg http://img.wp.scn.ru/camms/ar/61/pics/45_3.jpg https://airforcecollectables.com/Italian-Patch-Air-Force-Aeronautica-Militare-AM-Stormo-6-F-104-1P-06IT-1IAF-02STO-1OP-0006ST-01.htm So, good research by Sword!
  10. The seat used in the Meteor was the Mk 2E. Only the very first Meteors had the Mk 1 seat. Mk 2E http://www.jetartaviation.co.uk/wp-content/gallery/ejection-seats/gloster-meteor-type-2e-ejection-seat.jpg
  11. I am not an expert but .... Quote: 'The Fort Garry Horse was in Germany from November 1962 to December 1965. They used both the Centurion Mk.5 LR with the 20 Pounder Type A or Type B barrels or mounted a 105mm. From photos I have seen of FGH Centurions they never had the searchlight or the frame turret basket added. But they were painted in the four colour cam pattern.' Found here: https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/moderncanadianvehicles/cdn-kits-to-start-t653.html Pictures: http://silverhawkauthor.com/royal-canadian-armoured-corps-34ironside34_316.html http://mapleleafup.net/forums/showthread.php?t=17960 I also found a list with versions the canadians might have used: - Centurion Mk.5 - Centurion Mk.5LR - Centurion Mk.6 - Centurion Mk.6LR - Centurion Mk.11LR
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