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    Well, here's a new one from me. A P-39. That's one of my 'mystery projects'. The other one? well.. you'll have to be patient.

    This particular machine was made under Lend Lease contract, and served with 21 GIAP.

    Fear not, fans-of-US-aircraft.. I certainly do have some US schemes planned for this aircraft. And some other nationalities.

    Enjoy, and comments are very, very welcome

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    Well, here's a new one from me. A P-39. That's one of my 'mystery projects'. The other one? well.. you'll have to be patient.

    This particular machine was made under Lend Lease contract, and served with 21 GIAP.

    Fear not, fans-of-US-aircraft.. I certainly do have some US schemes planned for this aircraft. And some other nationalities.

    Enjoy, and comments are very, very welcome

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    Sweet looking...it's great seeing you skin "new" planes!

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    Man, that looks fantastic, very nice detailing.
    Do you have a translation for the Russian?
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  5. #5
    Yeah! My favourite plane.. (and P-39, too)! I hope you have more Soviet VVS skins planned, as well as USAAF?

    SH
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    Spelling mistake:
    From what I see you have there:
    КÑ€?сноярсºн' ?боÑ"нн
    And the correct way to spell that is:
    КÑ€?сноярсº¸' ?боÑ"¸'
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by noshens:
    Spelling mistake:
    From what I see you have there:
    КÑ€?сноярсºн' ?боÑ"нн
    And the correct way to spell that is:
    КÑ€?сноярсº¸' ?боÑ"¸' </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I think you're just having a problem with the font. Handwritten VVS inscriptions such as these often understated the slant on '¸'

    It translates as 'Krasnoyarsk Worker'

    And yes, I have more VVS and USAAF schemes planned
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  9. #9
    Nice work Canon
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  10. #10
    A Wonderful work Cannon.

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