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  1. It always reminded me of a Basking shark....
  2. Alright! Cool news. Would love to see one of the USAF ARRS birds in their hi-viz paint scheme. Something like '775' in the second photo... https://www.helis.com/database/modelorg/USAF-Twin-Huey/photos
  3. I ain't arguing with a crew chief! Definitely silver.
  4. Thanks for the input everyone. I'm going to play it safe and go with silver.
  5. Love it! I was going to call it that but some T/A owners get offended when you call it that. So that was the "Chicken Delete" option.....
  6. That is one sweet ride. Love the rims. You don't see many without the t-top and I noticed you don't have the bird on the hood anymore. Super nice Poncho.
  7. So does anyone have the Italeri boxing and can you see what colors are called out for wheel wells? Tried to do a search of the interweb with no luck.
  8. Got my sheet last week and this one is a total winner Jake. I've had the 1/48 Hasegawa F-4D kit built up just waiting for the NY ANG decals.
  9. Hey Brett. Did you find these decals yet? I have a spare sheet I could let go of. I'm Colorado.
  10. Trying to determine wheel well colors for early C/KC-135 aircraft from initial unpainted birds in the 50's and 60's to coroguard painted one's. Were they unpainted or same silver as coroguard. I'm pretty sure they weren't white until they got the aircraft grey paint.
  11. Now you have my attention Vince. Would love to see how that comes along.
  12. Great idea Vince. And you'd think the Japanese decals bubba's would have been be all over this. I know one plane I'd like to see decals and a kit is the Fuji T-1 in 1/48. Super colorful jet.
  13. What scale and what time frame?
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