Re: Uhmm.....

Mick Fauchon (
Fri, 6 Jan 1995 14:51:11 +1100 (EST)


> few a/c that have been done well. RLM 65 is an early WWII color. I
> had assumed that the Luftwaffe picked up where they left off at the
> end of WWI. So thats what I have been working with. Sounds like its
> good logic, but then whos to say.

I think that's a pretty safe assumption. The RLM started system-
atising colours in the early '30s, so it stands to reason that they'd
start with existing colours. I have more than a shrewd suspicion that
the RAL list is based pretty heavily on RLM.

> So Mick; you would really quit this subject for a case of "*Becks"?
> I'd say your selling out a bit cheap :)

Now that you mention it, you're absolutely right. Make that
2 cases of Astra!

I would'nt take anything less
> than G"ossen, or better yet ein Bitt.

Chaqun a son g^out........[Jedem das Seine]

I cawn't get those here. AAR

You'll have to settle for BUdweiser 80(

> Thanks for all the input. I still think it would be really cool to have
> WWI color chart for the FAQ.

I'm working on it, I'm working on it......[between Beck's' 80)]



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