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  1. Hi guys, I just got a Dora Wings Bf109A/B and I wanted to build it as an A model during the Spanish Civil War. The instructions call for "Silberweiss", but I'm not sure what this colour looked like or how to obtain it. I don't think it was just plain silver, according to some builds I've seen online. Would it look like the modern RAL 9006 (White Aluminium? Maybe a bit lighter. Any idea? TIA, Ricardo
  2. I'm building a Hasegawa G-14 and remembered that a long time ago I probably donated my kit's drop tank to a friend... We can make it as a trade or sale, but I'm open to donations - but I'll pay postage through PayPal, of course. Cheers from Brazil and TIA, Sergio Menezes :)
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