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B & KB-50 Pleeeeeaaaaaaassse? :please:    I know, I know..............:deadhorse:

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shoot, all i'm thinking about is, what a nightmare trying to get a proper cockpit for that 111 is going to be ... the dashboard on those is on the ceiling, just above the pilot's eyeline.

(re: watch "Battle of Britain", 1969)

But that H model is needed soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo badly for WW2

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5 hours ago, NIELS said:

B & KB-50 Pleeeeeaaaaaaassse? :please:    I know, I know..............:deadhorse:

I will get to it as soon as the B-29 is released

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ready for mapping

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it's always bothered me, why did they break formation integrity and mutual defensive fire??

 

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On 20/10/2020 at 4:24 AM, russouk2004 said:

Mystery job..NOT 110 obviously....awaiting permissions....gauges to do next....

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ready for the Paint Barn

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A re-skin of the Potez 631 C3 in development. The aircraft number and under-wing codes are historically correct, although only some aircraft are recorded as being in particular squadrons. Most that were recorded were downed aircraft. 

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I'm also working on the P633. I've managed to add a decal giving the pilot an aiming window but it bleeds into the nose on the left side. That will require another decal to cover it. I can add a rear window (below the gunner's feet) and a landing spotlight but they do the same thing.

The P633s hung on making up squadron numbers at the start of hostilities. The aircraft represented should be used in blended squadrons with B693s. As most of the P633s were aircraft held back from foreign orders, I've represented them with letter suffixes to their aircraft number - C for China, R for Romania and G for Greece.

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Progress shots. I still need to change some of the flight numbers for ECN 1/13- the aircraft below (No.117 flown by Cap. Treillard) was actually White 1, not White 2 as depicted.

The P63.11 may take some time as the fuselage is mapped a little differently to the P630.  It means that the size and orientation of some layers will have to be tweaked. However, when done, there are dozens of possible squadrons and theatres.

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