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Series: Aerodata International

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Aerodata International No. 1 Focke-Wulf 190A History Technical Data Photographs Colour Views 1/72 Scale Plans by Peter G. Cooksley1
Supermarine Spitfire I & II Aerodata International No. 2 History - Technical Data - Photographs - Colour Views - 1/72 Scale Plans by Philip J. R. Moyes2
Aerodata International No. 3 North American P-51D Mustang History Technical Data Photographs Colour Views 1/72 Scale Plans by Harry Holmes3
Aerodata International No. 4 Messerschmitt 109E History Technical Data Photographs Colour Views 1/72 Scale Plans by Peter G. Cooksley4
Hawker Hurricane I (Aerodata International 05) by Philip J. R. Moyes5
Aerodata International No. 6 Republic P-47D Thunderbolt (Aerodata International 06) by John B. Rabbets6
Handley Page Halifax (Merlin-Engined Variants) by Philip J. R. Moyes7
Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (Aerodata International 08) by Philip J. R. Moyes8
Junkers Ju88A Series (Aero International No 9) by Phillip J. R. Moyes9
Avro Lancaster I & III (B1): Standard Bomber Versions of WW2 (Aerodata International #10) by Philip J. R. Moyes10
Consolidated B-24 Liberator (early models) by Philip J. R. Moyes11
Heinkel He 111 P & H by Philip J. R. Moyes12
McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle by Philip J. R. Moyes13
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II (Aerodata International Series, #14) by Philip J. R. Moyes14
Lockheed F-104 Starfighter (Aerodata International 15) by Philip J. R. Moyes15
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (Aerodata international, no. 16) by Philip J. R. Moyes16
Grumman F-14A Tomcat (Aerodata International 17) by Philip J. R. Moyes17
Aerodata International No. 18 North American F-100a Super Sabre by Philip J. R. Moyes18

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