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PostSubject: A B17g in the RAF   Mon Jul 22 2013, 19:22

This is the older Monogram B 17g, which is based on an Electronic Counter Measures aircraft the RAF used late in W.W II the major conversion is the removal of the twin .50 cal chin turret and replaced with the HS 2 radar and it's housing, the upper camouflage is Dark Earth / Dark Green over Black and is almost the same A pattern as applied to the Lancaster aircraft.















This model like many others was stolen before it could be completed.

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