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  1. For the B-26 in Algeria you can found some info here http://avions-de-la-guerre-d-algerie.over-blog.com/article-26510100.html
  2. Hi all The B-26 was used extensively in Indochina (much more than in Algeria) from 1950 until the end of the war in 1954. 115 will be delivered to the French Air Force, which will equip 4 bombing groups: - GB 1/19 Gascony. (B-26 B/C) - GB 2/19 Armagnac. (B-26 C and RB-26 C) - GB 1/25 Tunisia. (B-26 B/C) - GB 1/91 Burgundy. (B-26 B/C) There is no shortage of reference books, but they are in French and many are no longer available. On the other hand Berna decals made a set on the French B-26 available at Hannant. It's really a pity that HB messed up his model at this point!!
  3. This seems very promising, I always found that the P-40C was the most beautiful of the P-40 family. I need at least two kits for AVG and 112 Sqd ! Can we hope for a P-36/H-75? 80% of the work is done with P-40C
  4. No, I have the same problem, my antivirus (Kapersky) blocks images for a risk of data loss? I have to manually authorize each image. Stranger, on another WW1 forum the images posted by Kent do not appear at all. I think the problem comes from Kent's image host, but I don't know much about computer science. It's a shame not to see this work of excellence. Richard
  5. Mine arrived today !! a quick glance confirms the quality of the product. Lukgraph in all its glory. The internal structure in 3D, of a single block, is splendid and should really make our life easier. The driver's seat is a bit thick for my taste, as far as I'm concerned I would have preferred the PE (idem for oil radiator blades) more realistic on this scale. I wonder about the strength of the landing gear in 3D. Unlike previous productions there do not seem to be any internal reinforcements. A purchase I don't regret. A great product. Now I'm looking forward to Wapity
  6. I did it this morning. Now I'm just waiting (estimated delivery date December 30 ) Richard
  7. I've been hoping for a nimrod for years and here it is. Purchase programmed as soon as it is released. One small disappointment, I would have preferred oil radiator slat in PE parts, much more realistic to this scale than a radiator of a single block. although I must admit that it is less easy to achieve. Richard
  8. A Gauntlet would be a very very welcom addition for sure, but you have also the Grebe !!! Richard
  9. Hi all Is anyone aware of a good documentation on armed versions of classic Stearman mod 75. According to Wikipedia : Argentine received 16 model 76D1s in 1936 (some on floats). Philippines 10 model 73L3 (powered by R-680-4 or R-680C1 engines). Brazilian air force model A75L3 and 76, of which a plane survive today at the Museum of Aviation in brazil. Cuban air force and Venezuela also used them. I wonder if a conversion of the last ICM is possible? A Filipino model used during the 1942 campaign would be tempting but I only know this bad photo A Brazili
  10. Now all that's missing is fuselage armament
  11. I just got mine and I have to say it's a really great achievement. The finish is splendid
  12. Superb !! but where do you find the brengun kit, I found nothing on their Homepage
  13. I wonder if they plan to do the real Romanian PZL P-11, the P-11F. Unless someone make a conversion ? Radub it's for you ? Richard
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