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Dear All, As part of my current thread regarding the wheel wells on the F2 and F4 variants I've discovered a bit of a puzzle which hopefully some Bf 109 experts out there can help clarify for me please. I received a highly informative and detailed reply to my thread on the wheel well shapes which confirmed that there was never an F-2/Trop version, and so presumably never an F-2z/Trop either, which I found surprising as all the written and on-line references I have refer to such a beast, albeit the Trop modification being carried out in the field. So can anyone confirm
I thought some of you Herkaholics might enjoy this website; lots of interesting facts, photos, and specs on all past, present, and future variants on an airplane that will undoubtedly be the longest continuous production military aircraft in history. Enjoy! Mike https://howlingpixel.com/i-en/Lockheed_C-130_Hercules
Digging here and there I'm unable to determine the production run details (numbers) od Centurion variants. Were the Mk.III and V the mainstream ones with Mk.I, II and VI-XII only short-run series? How many of the 4423 manufactured were "real" tanks and how many were just the auxiliary AFVs using the Centurion hull? And the second question - is the ACE kit still the best Centurion in Braille scale? What about the Dragon one (still not listed by Scalemates)? Cheers Michael
I've had a dig around the stash and pulled out the Airfix 1:24 scale kit of the James Bond Autogyro but I don't want to build it as the James Bond version. I'd like to know how many other Autogyro's of this type were built and who used them. I'm looking for something different than the film version. cheers Mike