Revell's lovely 1/72nd Jug

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  1. Miggers

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    One of the nicest(and cheapest) 1/72nd kits I've ever built.
    Thought I'd leave her nice and clean in "airdisplay trim".
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    Mark
     
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    Also ...looking nice.:D
     
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    Did you open the cooling gills yourself or were they already splayed?

    I like the unusual livery
     
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    Already open Colin.
    She's done OOB.

    Mark
     
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    Real nice looking Jug. What is painted on the engine cowl in Yellow?

    What is the paint scheme from? I've never seen anything like it.
     
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    Nicely done Mark. Never have seen that camo pattern either.
     
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    Nice job.
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    The scheme is done from the kit's instructions(can't remember the pilot's name or the unit for toffees).
    It is a UK based ETO Jug,IIRC.

    The yellow script reads "Shoot,You're Faded".

    The other a/c on the decal sheet is "Dotty Dee"

    Mark
     
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    Neat work.
    It's the 56th Fighter Group, Boxted, Essex (and other locations) UK. This unit used a number of different camouflage schemes from late 1944, many based around blues and greys, and most with polished, bare metal leading edges to the wings.
     
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