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Allan J Withers
1/72 Airfix, OOB, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Tamiya X22 over kit decals. built pre 2004.
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jim wasley said on June 9, 2017
I've seen that camo before,talk about great minds,I'm not a chopper man only have 3 in my kits built,but it looks similar to a Huey I built long time ago?
Allan J Withers said on June 9, 2017
Possibly a common scheme for German helicopters.
Craig Abrahamson said on June 9, 2017
Well done, Allan...you, sir, are a rotatry winged master.
Thank you Craig.
Greg Kittinger said on June 9, 2017
Another nice one! As many builds as you post, you must have a huge display somewhere!
Thanks Greg, you saw my displays posted April 2016, have you forgotten ?
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on June 9, 2017
Allan, another addition to the Allan whirleybird extravaganza! Nice scheme, I've never seen many of these built. Shame, it's kinda neat.
That yellow German medivac one was the one I remember.
Thank you Bernard, I don't recall seeing this in yellow !
Robert Royes said on June 9, 2017
Looks great ! I see your 'tar mac' is back.
Thanks Robert, yes dug up the turf.
Ferry Dierckxsens said on June 12, 2017
Another little gem you've build Allan. The German Army had quite a large number of these whirlybirds. In Holland we had just one squadron flying these German build machines. All gone now, just one luckely found a spot in our Air Force museum at Soesterberg. Stiil got an original rotorhead main bolt in my collection from one of these BO105's left over from my airforce days.
Allan J Withers said on June 14, 2017
Thanks Ferry, what's that bolt made of ?
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