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  1. Hi, Kits-World decal set 172206 "D-Day commemorative schemes nose-art Set 2" has decals for a C-47 named " Southern Cross" with a big T9 code. So far, I have been unable to find out which squadron (TCS) had the T9 code. The others on the sheet were easy to find "Tico Belle" code Z8 was from the 84th TCS and "Placid Lassie" code ID was from the 74th TCS . Does anyone know which TCS had the T9 code? Cheers, Stefan.
  2. This is a build for a friend, which was started at the end of October. The Crown Lancaster is a very old kit, the Minicraft Dak a bit more modern. I've built both of these kits before and the different ages of the kits show in the quality of the design, mouldings and fit. This is the Lancaster kit unboxed and partly cut from the sprues to check on sizes for another part of the project. Here's the previous Lancaster build, an accessory on an N scale model railroad. The kits has its shape flaws, and particularly over long landing gear, but still builds into a nice representation of a Lanc.
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