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  1. I have been to London before but missed my airplane fix the last time. I am going to leave the mrs(swmbo) and have some time to go off. The RAf museum in london is close we will be staying at St james hotel as well as the iwm. Duxford is far about 2 hour bus and train ride which limits how long I can stay. I went to hannuts the last time but did not go to the RAF in cosford that is only about 45 minutes away. So recomendations? I have been to the washington air and space many times my daughter lives in the district. Also the great museum in windsor locks connecticut( that has open cockpit days I got to sit in a mig 15 and F4 zowee) missed the p 47 and mustang boo. anyway hope you guys can give me some advise
  2. touchy I found a many photos online your welcome and in fact two bobs aviation in their missile series also has markings for the pylon
  3. do search on google for f 16 pylons look at the images you will see the markings
  4. can you post a link to the sites review I saw flory's and it did not due well with masking at all
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=69&v=CDeglorsv_8&feature=emb_logo
  6. I have the detlof but it only displays one 1/32 per shelf
  7. and for good measure a restored stuka https://flyingheritage.org/Explore/The-Collection/Germany/Junkers-Ju-87-R-4-Stuka.aspx
  8. https://www.airspacemag.com/history-of-flight/paul-allens-warbirds-180967709/ First generation technology, the Jumo 004 engines that powered the Me 262 in 1945 had a life expectancy of about 25 hours. When the captured jet was flown in the United States, flight trials were discontinued after eight flights required four engine changes. The Germans had just invented the jet engine and “were learning how to refine it, let alone have it work well in combat,” says Jason Muszala, FHCAM’s manager of restoration and maintenance. A team at Aero Turbine in Stockton, California, working with the original two engines and five others acquired from around the world, has almost tripled their lifespans. Says Muszala: “We have a lot of blueprints, but we basically have to operate the engine, discover the weak points, and figure out how to fix them.”
  9. well paul allen at least when he was alive has the planes at the museum fly and he has a lot of very rare birds
  10. http://warbirdsnews.com/warbird-restorations/fhcams-me-262-warpaint-unveiled.html
  11. Wow i have always been facinated by the Titanic However even though i live in a big house where the hell would you display it? Moving it into my garage to paint it would be a project in itself
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