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Old 10-08-2009, 05:03 PM
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Russian tank destroyer su-122

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...T90,it looks superb!...nice and very interesting camo!

Thanks for sharing!

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...T90,it looks superb!...nice and very interesting camo!

Thanks for sharing!

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Thank you Luiz..
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I agree love the camo and the large red disc.
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Wow ! Very nice! (why is there a big red dot? Just because it looks silly, and I don't really see it's purpose, since it would make it a sitting duck for any aircraft)
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Very nice!
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Nice ! Nice and simple model
Red circle is an air identification mark.
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Red circle

Yes, it is for aerial recognition. By this time of the war I would imagine that's illustrated in the SU; German command of the air was a distant time in the past.

Excellent job. Something different.
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Wow ! Very nice! (why is there a big red dot? Just because it looks silly, and I don't really see it's purpose, since it would make it a sitting duck for any aircraft)
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Yes, it is for aerial recognition. By this time of the war I would imagine that's illustrated in the SU; German command of the air was a distant time in the past.

Excellent job. Something different.
Thanks for your kind words and all comments..
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