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The Grubby Truth, Issue #29 February 2014
February 22, 2014
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WelcomeHere's another update from Grubby Fingers.
English Electric Canberra Prints
The first of a series of English Electric Canberra Bomber profiles has been finished. These first two represent A84-236 as she appeared in 1972 when serving in Vietnam, and asshe appears today at RAAF Museum, Point Cook.
There will be several more to follow in the schemes of various users around the world.
de Havilland Mosquito Profiles
Next cab off the rank is the fighter version of the famous de Havilland 'Wooden Wonder" Mosquito.
The Mosquito had very mixed fortunes under production and use in Australia. Local production was n't up to the standard of the UK-built machines and the tropical environment of the northern part of the coutry played havoc with the timber sandwich construction.
All of Australia's Mosquitos, both imported and locally produced, were of the fighter variant.
50 New Walkaround Galleries Added
I've had another spree with the camera and I have created and uploaded another 50 walkaround galleries to the Grubby Fingers site.
There are now 283 unique walkaround galleries on the site. These are all my own photos and are affered free for the use of modellers, illustrators and aviation enthusiasts.
I hope you find something here that is of use to you!
Prints are available for purchase directly from the Grubby Fingers webshop.
That's it for this edition. See you next time!
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