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PostSubject: A Yank in the RAF   Tue Jun 18 2013, 03:18

This Tamiya 48 scale Supermarine Spitfire was built several years ago, I used the now OOP AeroMaster decal sheet Ýanks in the RAF' Part 1, which included the decals for my subject, which is that of then Lt Don Gentle, {most famous for the P51b Shangri La}, who was flying with the then Eagle Squadron, prior to becoming part of the American 8th Air Force as the 336th F.S. of the 4th F.G. {for a short time under the 8th Air Force command this aircraft did carry the USAAC Markings}.

Every service aircraft Don Gentle flew all carried the 'T' aircraft code and the Fighting Eagle artwork, only the background behind the Eagle was changed, between the P47d Thunderbolt and P51b Mustang, Tamiya cover 'Shangri La' as the box art and decal option of their P51b Mustang kit, {which includes the two banner style scoreboards}. The subject is painted in the Model Master range of enamel paints.











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