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Old 18 March 2001, 08:33 AM   #1
R G Ohlsen
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In looking through the Winsock Nieuport Fighters Vol 1,pg.17 Pic #24. This picture show Navarre's aicraft in flight. The Horizontal tail surfaces appear to be painted, the question is what color, my guess is blue. What about the lower?
Old 19 March 2001, 01:29 AM   #2
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It´s very hard to say, but I think that the tail surfaces are so glossy that they´re probably just clear-doped linen well castor oiled?

And it seems to me that most of the fuselage is white, not just the white band between the reds. Wings appear to be clear doped linen...



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