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  1. It surely does. Thanks very much for the help. This pic pretty much confirms it. Looks like they the stripe on the vertical stab were number 76 is at shouldn't be gray as depicted on the it but rather blue like most flankers, unless of course it supported a different paint pattern in its life. Thanks very much for the help. Much appreciated
  2. Just want to verify if the Svezda kit had the paint pattern instructions right and in particular for the vertical stabs. 22 by timothy33csa, on Flickr 6f35ec29b99e020557762ab0ae07dffb by timothy33csa, on Flickr It looks different from the usual paint patterns I see from the flanker in this livery. Couldn't find pics in the net showing the left side to verify
  3. Guys do you have any more pics of this thing other than what google images normally shows? See about 4 images. That's it. Just need to confirm if this baby had it's IRST on the middle or on the side like the Su-27SMs now. Appreciate the help 925-750x350 by timothy33csa, on Flickr
  4. Wow. Thank you so much Kotey. That really helps. Thank you thank you
  5. Gents, by some miracle, do any of you happen to know the bort number for this bad boy? su-27sm3 siria identificación rojo 55 (1) by timothy33csa, on Flickr su-27sm3 siria identificación rojo 55 by timothy33csa, on Flickr According to the site I took that pic from, it's most likely "Red 55". But there's a serial number below it. Do you guys know? I've been trying to findout but no dice. So far the only good pics I see is from Red 62 4413372_original1 by timothy33csa, on Flickr
  6. Hello guys. I'm gonna show you a model. I just want to know if such really existed or if it's completely fictional. Hope someone can help me out helicoptero-us-army-uh-1b-n-64-13912-vietnam-during-1967-easy-model-di-36907_4_1200 by timothy33csa, on Flickr Don't mind the "AMRY". Just wanna know if the rest is true
  7. Thanks aspret. I have another problem though. I didn't think of this before but, should the markings be indented the same way on the other side? What I mean is this tigers by timothy33csa, on Flickr Do you think it should be number 1 where the portside and starboard have the same indent, or number 2 where it should be the opposite. Cause I see some aircraft are like number 1 and some have markings indented like number 2
  8. Thanks Hooker169. Too bad though. I really liked the scheme. But if I can't get the names, I might just go for the one on your pic
  9. Hello guys. I wanna do this scheme so bad but unfortunately the quality isn't really top notch. I cannot fully read the pilots' names on it. 67-14920 37BS 28 BW by timothy33csa, on Flickr I think the first one reads as " MAJ RALPH _______ The other reads as _______ STEVE RUSSEL. What do you think
  10. I've misunderstood. Thanks. I see it now. I just googled Hwang + Fini flight and poof there she is. 85-0100 in the flesh with 2 kill marks.
  11. You can also use the Amercom Ah-1Z. It's basically a rip off of the Forces of Valor Viper. I've used that one to make an UH-1Y.
  12. Oh I see. Well I guess that settles it then. 85-0100 never had 2 kill markings at any time and no F-15 bearing the redhawk tailart with the number AF 85 - 100 wore those kill markings ever
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