JU87D markings

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  1. andywatson

    andywatson New Member

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    Hi all,

    I am about 18 months into a 1/6 scale build of a JU87D, and I am now giving thought to the finishing details.

    Unfortunately there are very few Stukas left in existence, and most books replicate the same detailed photos. I would like to get images of all the little signs and arrows that were on these planes to tell the crew/ground crew where to walk, what to fill each hatch with etc etc etc. I am guessing they were actually fairly standard, so I could live with these details from a different plane if push came to shove.

    Thanks in advance.

    Andy
     
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    rochie Well-Known Member

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    have got some stuff on another computer i think, will have a look tomorow afternoon and post what i have.
    pretty sure i've got all the stencil markings for the Ju 87, but not sure what mark though so fingers crossed !!!!
     
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    here you go, Pm me if you want full size pictures e-mailing to you
     

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    That's absolutely brilliant.

    Many thanks.

    Just a few thousand rivets to do and I can start on those!
     
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    Nice work Karl.
    I hope you're going to post some pics of the model when it's done !
     
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    It only seems fair!

    Actually there is a full build blog here

    I will stick up a finished picture here though.

    I must be honest at the dedication you plastic modellers go to to get your planes right with a 6 inch wingspan- they show up a lot of the RC communities models with 6 foot plus wingspans!

    Cheers guys.

    Andy
     
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    Man that is to fricken cool!
     
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    looks great, glad i could help Andy
     
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