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Ah, very nice!Another favorite of nine.I think the guy in the bucket, for lack of a better term, is interesting. It also looks like one of the aircraft crew members is attending to the attachment points on the aircraft.I have no ideas about the ship, however.I would love to see a large scale kit of this aircraft, but I don't see it coming any time soon....Hope to see more!Thanks!
I think that ship may be 'maya' or 'chokai'here is a photo late 1930's Chokaihttp://www.shipbucket.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=3680&start=60
Great picture with a lot of action! Concerning the ship, the crane is typical of the IJN cruisers, and I will bet on a Sendai class one after the acquisition of the Kure Type 2 Model 3 catapult, in 1941.
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