By Neil Robinson, Jon Freeman
;On goal Profiles No 7: English electrical Canberra half 1 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: on track Profiles No 7: English electrical Canberra half 1Автор: Neil Robinson, Jon FreemanИздательство: The Aviation WorkshopISBN: 1904643256Год: 2005Страниц: 44Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 43.79МБЯзык: английскийThe booklet specializes in giving modellers a wide choice of color profiles and color pictures to aid extend their reference library. There are 104 assorted Canbera color profiles featured during this publication, approximately 20% of the profiles additionally comprise a best and backside view to provide an throughout view of sure Canberras integrated during this publication. They hide Canberras together with the B.2, B.6, B.15, B.16, E.15, PR.3,PR.7, T.4, T.17, T.19 and the TT.18in RAF and FAA service.The color profiles during this publication function a big number of paint schemes together with person who seems to be donning D-Day variety stripes that was once utilized in 1956 is help of "Operation Musketeer" in the course of the Suez quandary. integrated with every one color profile is information at the specific aircraft in addition to information regarding it really is paint scheme.Скачать: Depositfiles UploadingHotfile zero
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