Junkers JU 52/3m in Yugoslav service Airfix 1:72

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  1. djos

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    Hi

    one more from my "patriotic" phase :)

    It is old Airfix Junkers Ju 52/3m in Yugoslav markings.
    Short information regarding this type in Yugoslav service according to sources:
    One airplane was captured at Niksic, Montenegro, in October 1944, and other one defected to Zadar in April 1945. Both of them are used for transport duties. Retained by JRV in January 1945.
    This was original Junkers manufactured planes. All later types used in JRV were AA1 Toucan (French-built Junkers Ju 52/3m).

    Airfix kit is very old one with many sink marks, ejector pins, very hard to bring it every part together, but i likethat kit, maybe just nostalgia.... :|

    I hope that i am not boring with those strange representations of well known airplanes (i mean Partisan and Yugoslav markings) but that is all part of WW2 history.

    Thanks for viewing

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    Looks great! :)
     
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    Even in that scale they look huge. Good one mate and bring-n-on, that’s why were surfin the forum
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    I love the markings.Not seen every day.That's what makes them unique.Keep them coming.
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    Nice work, and a long, long time since I last saw that kit!
     
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    Great looking model Djos! If you have more models just keep them comming.
    I think we can be only proud at the variety of many different aircraft which saw operational service under our national markings.
     
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    Nice one mate! Keep 'em coming! :thumbright:
     
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    nice one and a unusual one :)
     
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    that does look superb :)
     
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