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What color would...

September 3 2017 at 2:28 PM
Brian J. Brown  (Login brijbrown)
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...a Soviet built T-54 circa 1973-75, used by the North Vietnamese Army be painted in? Thanks.


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Dave Bruton
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Mig makes something

September 4 2017, 12:34 AM 

It's A.MIG-083 ZASHCHITNIY ZELENO (Post-war Green) Should be the match you're looking for .

It can be found in the Vietnam set in fact . If you need something else , they have Russian Greens 1956- Present.

Hope this is helpful.

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Brian J. Brown
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Thanks Dave (nt)

September 4 2017, 10:23 AM 

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David Nickels
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I thought they used mostly CHinese stuff?

September 5 2017, 9:14 AM 

Photos of the tanks seem to show something fairly dark. I've just used Tamiya Dark Green. The few pieces of 1980s vintage CHinese armor I have seen in person show a pretty dark, rather intense, vivid, green. Tamiya Dark Green or Deep Green would work ok.

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Gary Owsley
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No, it was a mix with more Soviet types.

September 5 2017, 1:15 PM 

They used T-54s and Type 59s. For NVA stuff I use XF-81 Dark Green 2 (RAF).

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David Nickels
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That is a good general purpose dark green nt

September 5 2017, 1:26 PM 


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