P- 40 CURTIS: From 1939 to 1945 (Planes and Pilots, 3) by Anis ElBied, Daniel Laurelut

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By Anis ElBied, Daniel Laurelut

Two hundred colour photos exhibiting the plane markings and all of the editions of this vintage American global warfare ll fighter. additionally contains element of custom-made markings and nostril paintings

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