ju 87 g-2

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    #1 Ikerus, May 25, 2012
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    Can anyone shed some more light on this specific ju 87? Its wrk number is 494193. It appears that the rudder and cowl are white with the standard camo applied to the rest of the plane. Would like a better picture that is on the cowl. Thanks in advance for your help.

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    So after doing a quick search I found out it belong to Rudel, but the scheme doesnt seem right, anyone know if this is possible that it was painted this way or artistic liberty?
     
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    Where did you find that? Is that a plastic model or a diecast one?
     
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    rudels aircraft was painted in the 70/71 Greens with the command markings with the white werk nummer at the top of the fin, NO white cowl or tail though.
     
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    Thanks guys, that what I thought but since you guys have better info than I, I thought it would run it past you.
     
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