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  1. Hi, first of all I would like to make an apoligoze for my English, it's bit rusty... As the topic title says I have two questions regarding Flankers. First, I'm planning to build Su-30SM and Su-35, both from Syrian campaign, and while I was searching for colors, I've found out that AKAN produces two sets for Su-30/35. One set included colors 73160,73161 and 73162 while other includes 73190, 73191 and 73192, so I wonder which one of these two sets is correct for Syrian campaign Su-30/35. Second question is about Su-27UB. I've bought Linden Hill set "Flankers on patrol" 72010. The aitcraft I would like to build is Su-27UB "red 14" with green nose and dielectric panels. Unfortunately, instruction sheet provides only left side profile and one photo,also left side. I was searching for some reference photos but I haven't found any, so I would like to know does anyone have any info or photo about camo scheme on this Su-27UB?
  2. Of course I have, just give me an e mail and I'll send You pics today afternoon
  3. MiG-29 18113 had 2 x R27 and 4 x R73... Also, note that picture above isn't quite good since it was taken when 18113 had Socialist Yugoslavia markings. During 1999 war MiGs had so called "pepsi" markings, and flag on the tail was smaller without stars, and position of flag was lower while old flags were painted over. Also, numbers on the wings were also painted over just like numbers on the nose. Numbers on the tails were kept but with little bigger font. Hope I've helped You. Sorry for my English. Regards
  4. I'm thinking about building Mi-24 from Soviet war in Afghanistan, so I'm wondering which AKAN paints to use, since there are 6 bottles in their set, which two colors would be appropriate for upper colors for Mi-24 from that period?
  5. Speaking for myself, I would like to see decals for F-14A VF-1 that shot down Iraqi Mi-8 in Desert Storm and Michael Estocin A-4 VA-192 from Vietnam
  6. My mistake, again problem with phone :-)
  7. Oh, I realy like that Vietnam war A-4, I hope You will print some more A-4s from Vietnam! Only, I wonder is that number 22 on the nose kind of mistake? I mean, shouldn't it be a three digit number?
  8. I know, acording to Bu. No.it' s A version, but I just want to be abdslutely sure
  9. Hi, first of all, forgive me for my English, it isn't that good as it used to be... Now, about my problem... I've decided to finish one Hasegawa F/A-18 in 1/72 which was started by my brother and then left partialy assembled. Also, I've found in my stash decal sheet for F/A-18 VFA-132, AE 300, USS Forrestal early 90s with very interesting black anti glare. Now, since decal sheet suggests that it was A version and instructions suggests that it was C, I'm not sure which information is correct. After searching on internet, I haven't found answer because just like with decals somewhere I found that it was A version and somewhere it's C version... I'll be gratefull for any help. Once again, sorry for my English. Regards
  10. I have recently bought second hand Linden Hill decal set No. 72036 MiG 29 Late 9.12 Series. As I said decals were second hand, so, although all decals are here, unfortunately, painting guide and decal placement aren't complete. So, if anyone has that decal set (or set 48032 with same subjects), please can You tell me which AKAN paints are suggested for USSR two tone green MiG-29, based in DDR with number white 21 on intake, or send me scanned instructions on e mail. Thank you
  11. Hi, I'm looking for Wolfpak decals EA-6A VMCJ-1 decals from set 72-025 ''In country''
  12. Hi, I'm looking for Wolfpak decals EA-6A VMCJ-1 decals from set 72-025 ''In country''
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