Greetings gentlemen one and all,
Could someone possibly scan a profile of a Fiat Chirri in post WW2 markings
with the aircraft wearing the later red/yellow/red roundels?
The only photo I found in this scheme is too poor as to be able to see any marking details.
Also I wish to know if the basic camouflage changed on these Spanish built Chirri fighters after 1945 from the Regia Aeronautica type camouflage to perhaps a grey scheme or RLM 02 as used on the two seater trainer version of the Chirris?
Thank you kindly in advance.
From the Book "Las unidades y el Material del Ejercito del Aire durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. J.L.Glez,Serrano.Ed.Quiron.
Profile, drawn in the italian way, even with real italian paints.Circa 1940 aprox.
Two shots, same book. Archivo.Azaola.
A Hispano made, HA 1132 ,in my opinion green of unknown origin and tone over sand.(SHYCA).
A Hispano made HA-1132 in the original colour "as is",in the 60´s before restoration.Unknown source.
The serial number is a fake, trying to imitate the Morato plane in the Civil war.
More Hispano made shots available on request, some of then in silver finish.
Greetings from Spain.