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Jose Falco' interview and I-15 colors in Spain during the SCW
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« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2014, 05:38:46 AM »

A beautiful model indeed and a nice tribute to Senor Falco!



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Massimo Tessitori
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« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2014, 04:47:04 AM »

Absolutely beautiful.
Does he write any building report?
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« Reply #17 on: May 25, 2014, 09:00:48 AM »

Yes Were are doing un mini GB about the I-15.
Philippe made the first Falco's first Chato when he was night fighter defending the Valencia harbour, Pascal, who often write here is doing Falco's last one , when he escape to France, landing as fachist troops take the airport, and anyway shooting down two bf109 before he escaped!

A third friend joint us later tu make an  1/72 model of pavlof's plane

And I am doing (I have quite finish and will show you soon) a North front's I-15 in 1937 in my basque Country.

The principal interest is my I-15 came from USSR and the falco's plane were built in Spain (post 1938)
So we paint them in different way, according what told us Falco and what we know about Soviet paint (we are speaking about in an other topic)
No sorry, the principal interest has been the occasion for my two friend to meet and enjoy a exeptional moment with a great man, Jose Falco, one month before he failed
This moment remind me the last scene of Kean loach 's "land and freedom"
Come, join in the only battle wherein no man can fail,
Where whoso fadeth and dieth, yet his deed shall still prevail.
William Morris - Chants for Socialists


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