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    Woah a combat render between a Mosquito and a Ju-88... it will be great!
    I am eager to see that!

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    Looking forward to see it, Ronnie

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    Great job as usual... waiting for the render with the mossie !

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    Great job, as seen here on the Luftwaffe Research Group Forum:

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    I was asking myself why you were being a thread necromancer, but this makes sense

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    At last it's online!
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    Been awhile since I updated this post

    Few people know that the French kept the Ju 88 factories running after the Germans withdrew. They flew quite a number of them (even on wartime sorties against German troops) and called it the AAB1. Here is c/n 7 as it looked post-war.



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    Yet another factoid gleaned ! That dragging to the url bar works a treat.

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    Or you can right-click the image and then click "View Image" ^_^

    Nice one Ronnie but not the best angle for this plane though

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    Really nice Skyraider, great to see you posting an update on this one.

    I like the subtle weathering on it & the nice fine bump map, makes it look very realistic.

    I didn't know the French flew the Ju88, so very educational post for me too.

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