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Junkers 88 ID model

Article about: Hi Daddysgirl and welcome it does look like the one I posted but I think yours has been somewhere very warm. I does have a value but condition is very poor. Gary

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    Hi Daddysgirl and welcome it does look like the one I posted but I think yours has been somewhere very warm. I does have a value but condition is very poor. Gary

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    Really nice find Gary. I've seen these ID models selling
    for around $60+- depending on the aircraft.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Yes, the condition is not nearly as nice as it should be, it belonged to my father who passed away in October. It was among many of his WWII collection items.

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    Sorry to hear about your dad. The plane is still a cool piece. Gary

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    These are celluloid I believe and must be stored very carefully as the easily deteriorate as the second example in this thread shows.

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    Just a little story about aircraft recognition. I interviewed a former US AAA Major about his experiences in WW2. He was obviously familiar with all sort of recognition devices and they were lectured by a British guy prior to going over to France who was meant to be an expert in recognition. Nevertheless, he swore blind that the finest wartime aircraft recognition experts he ever met were British school children

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    no.2 could be salvaged by using hot water.

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    It may be possible to salvage with hot water but I would seriously research this prior to attempting as previously stated they r usually cellulose based and what with aging it could potentially cause more damage, if used hot water to reshape many parts when building or repairing model kits but that's modern plastics and still carry a risk of snapping etc, please provide with caution

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