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wtorek, 13 sierpnia 2013

De Haviland Sea Venom FAW.21, XG613 Polish Aviation Museum, Kraków

This beautifuly preserved Sea Venom was recently acquired by Polish Aviation Museum from RAF Duxford. Its overall condition is excellent and luckily this bird is on display inside the main hangar. I am not sure if there is original paintscheme on it or not, however the shade of sky colour is much paler than Xtracolor enamel while extra dark sea gray is a close match to Xtracolor one. Something to consider next time I will paint any FAA model. Hope you enjoy this small walkaround.
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