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Ta 183 Huckebein
The Focke-Wulf Ta 183 was the prototype German jet fighter in the end of WW2. A wooden model and several metal parts were finished but they were destroyed when the soviet arrived. The soviets also captured the plans. Yeah that's right, this is where the Mig-15 came from if you haven't already know. The great thing about making a Luft '46 is nobody can prove you wrong when it comes to the camouflage! This Specific moc's camoflage is based on spring so it would have the normal late war camo (green/gray/brown) with some snow.
About this creation

The wing camo is spring based. The red nose markings are pilot customization.

The wings look really long.

The underneath camo didn't come out so pretty. The yellow markings are there because is helps German AA gunners identify them.

I think the tail camo came out good.


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  March 1, 2014
nice job! although it is practically a known fact that this is where the mig 15 came from the mikoyan design bureau denied any relation to this plane and the mig 15.
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  July 27, 2012
This aircraft actually existed as the FMA IAe 33 Pulqui II
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  June 16, 2010
Sweet, I had no idea this is where the MiG-15 came from, I wonder what Huckebein translates to? =)
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  May 26, 2010
very nice creation man, your a talented builder.
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  May 18, 2010
Nice! I fought something like this on Battlefield: 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII!
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