New Japanese Axis A/C Website

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  1. ColesAircraft

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    Fans of Japanese WW2 aircraft will want to check out a new website devoted to the subject. Lots of previously unpublished photos - many in color - and tons of detailed cockpit shots and the like. Available nowhere else!

    Not bad artwork either - if I may say so!

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    Nice works, Ron.
    Amazing again.
     
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    Thanks, my friend!

    Always adding new stuff!
     
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    Top site! thanks.... great color pics:p

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    Hey Ron,

    Great site! That “Jack” is a real piece of work, so realistic!

    Do you know if the captured P-40E with the shark/tiger mouth is the one that was captured in the Philippines? I remember seeing a picture of same or similar in the book "Doomed at the Start" about the USAAF fighter pilots there at the beginning of the war. Also, how did you come to the conclusion that the background color was the red/orange mottling? And lastly, do you have any information about the another P-40 that was there at the end that was made up of P-40B E parts and had a name painted on it like “Whatsit?” or “Gadget” or something like that? Evidently it was a real war horse and lasted almost until the end of the campaign.

    Thanks, Jim
     
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