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  1. Have to admit I thought the same, as I can't recall ever having seen one of these in a Matchbox box back in the day. But a quick search came up with the following https://www.scalemates.com/kits/matchbox-40181-sherman-m4a1--164519 You learn something every day on this site
  2. HI, Assuming that is the green, grey, black scheme then the link below suggests it came into use in April 1988 http://www.panzerbaer.de/colours/a_relaunch/nva_verzerr.htm
  3. Hi Seahawk, Far from an expert on the type (remember building the Airfix kit years ago) but you might find this stuff useful: http://320thbg.org/b-26_models.html http://320thbg.org/b-26_armament.html Hope that helps Harry
  4. Hi Martin, Not sure if you have seen the stuff here, https://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/military-model-aircraft/112145-canadian-all-black-voodoo-ef-101b-details.html Sadly all the picture links seem to be dead but it does mention this: 9). ECM Antenna Summary This aircraft had a number of ECM antennas fitted: One forward facing on the upper nose (Replacing the IR Sensor). Two rear facing below the nose with a small blade antenna between. Three rear facing behind the canopy (plus one small blade antenna for a total of four). Two rear facing ones below the fuselage forward of the afterburners. (these are actually the Data Link Antennas that were present on all Canadian Voodoos, however although these appear in profile drawings of the"BLACK VOODOO" they are not evident in any photos seen so far). Three small bi-directional pod antennas between the nose gear door and the weapons bay. The aircraft was often seen with an ECM Pod fitted to a pylon on the weapons bay door. Hope that helps a bit Harry
  5. Is it just me or are the decal options the wrong way around?
  6. I guess they down scaled it from their 1/48 kit as looking at the larger kits instructions there are 2 parts (D18) that fit into those dimples. Don't think they are catapult spools as they are located further back on the fuselage, so given the location fuel dump pipes seems like a good shout. H
  7. Hi Scott, Picture here (https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/A2-WW2-RAF-LANCASTER-POSTER-PRINT-/264282968732) describes it as a Cabin heating air inlet Hope that helps H
  8. Try this one https://www.dacoproducts.com/BF6p128.jpg Might have to invest in the Daco Lightning book before I start on the stash Harry
  9. Hi Keith, Hope these couple of pictures help https://www.dacoproducts.com/BF6p004.jpg https://trainstanksandplanes.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/lightning-img_1988.jpg?w=565&h=360 Harry
  10. By no means an expert, but looking at this picture http://aircrashsites.co.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/Grant-Sparks-Flight-Engineerf.jpg It looks like the outer windows are glazed and the middle isn't. Hope that helps. H
  11. The aircraft used in Goldeneye was PT-1 F-ZWWW. Spent 5 fun years working on the software for Tiger and NH-90 down in Ottobrunn.
  12. You can download the instructions on the AVAILABLE HERE link at the end of the review, they have pictures of all the marking options H
  13. Have to admit to knowing very little about Hurricanes, but hope the following might be useful: The seventh Hurricane Mk1 (L1909) 277, and the last of the initial order of seven, was delivered during September 1939. And another picture Here H
  14. Hi, No idea as to why they have an oriental figure as nose art, but there is a nice picture and some other info Here. BTW, it seems to be an A4 rather than a B4 as stated on the decals. It is also Ala de Caza 12 not Ala de Caza 15 . H
  15. Hi, It is an HH-46 with a 1400 watt loudspeaker for use in SAR sorties. See here Here and Here for a nice interior view. H
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