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    Corey in Colorado

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    Cold war, Korean war, props and jets, single and multi engine

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  1. only only did two versions of the tiger markings. Plus that sheet is sold out. there is plenty of room for Caracal’s take on this subject.
  2. I think the 108th could support a whole F-4 sheet on its own. three types of tigers for the E models: full color, orange and low viz. Grey schemes, euro one and SEA wrap around (I think.) F-4D’s in SEA and Euro one…. it’s a good subject, not to mention the other airplanes that unit has flown through its history, F-47D’s, F-51D’s and H’s, F-86E, F-84F (still waiting for that mode Richard Bach markings!) F-86H, F-105B, KC-135’s. I have a slowly expanding mini collection of slides of 108th F-4’s, I can pass along scans if it would help Kursad.
  3. I think that’s a fantastic idea, in both 1/72 and 1/48!
  4. Wow, that is really really nice!!!
  5. I can definitely track down the specs for you, I’m pretty sure my Dad has all that data. I’ll email it to you when I find it.
  6. With Special Hobby doing a 1/48 J-3 Cub soon, it might be cool to have enough letters and numbers to do any Cub registration in the factory font. I actually have mentioned this to them (Special Hobby), but if they don’t provide the letters and numbers, this might be a fun and easy sheet to do. I’d like to build a model of our family Cub! 🙂
  7. Crap, wrong thread again! 🙂
  8. Just got mine today, they look great!!!
  9. I’m gonna repost my request for Richard Bach and the 141st TFS NJ ANG! 😉
  10. Got my B-36 sheets, they look awesome!!! 🙂
  11. you might find this more reasonable, reliable SoCal seller too. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Valom-Models-1-72-CURTISS-C-46A-COMMANDO-Over-the-Hump-/133972836752?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0
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