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"Wela Kahoe" P-47C-5-RE, serial number 41-6538. 334th FS, 4th FG, 8th Air Force. Shared by Capt. Bill Hollander and Capt. Stanley Anderson
"Dallas Blond" P-47D (subtype unknown), serial unknown. 319th FS, 325th FG, 12th Air Force. Flown by Lt. Don Kerns.
"Angie" P-47D-27-RE, serial number 42-26860. 512th FS, 406th, FG 9th Air Force. Flown by Col. Anthony Grosetta.
"Little Ann" P- 47D-27-RE, Serial number 42-26922. 512th FS, 406th, FG 9th Air Force. Pilot unknown.
Spitfire HF. VII, Serial Number MB820. 124 Squadron, RAF. Flown by Flying Officer Barrit. Based at Northholt, Greater London, England. September 9th, 1943.
Spitfire FR. IX, Serial Number MK716. 16 Squadron, RAF. Pilot Unknown. Based at Balleroy (A.12), France. Early September, 1944.
Spitfire Mk. IXc, Serial Number MH883. 412 Squadron RCAF, 126 Wing, 2nd TAF. Flown by Flight Lieutenant George “Buzz” Beurling. Based at Biggin Hill, Bromley, England. January, 1944.
Tomahawk Mk.IIb, AK457 GA-D (US designation P-40C) 112 Squadron RAF. Pilot Unknown. Based at Sidi Heneish, Egypt, Sep¬tember 1941.
Tomahawk Mk.IIb, AK402 GA-F (US designation P-40C) 112 Squadron RAF. Flown by Pilot Officer Neville Duke. Based at Fort Maddelena, Libya. November, 1941.
Kittyhawk Mk.I, AK578 GA-V (US Designation P-40E) 112 Squadron RAF. Flown by Flying Officer Neville Duke. Based at Gambut, Libya. February, 1942.
Kittyhawk Mk.I, AK772 GA-Y “London Pride” (US Designation P-40E) 112 Sqdn. RAF. Flown by P.O. Burney & Sqn Ldr. Clive Caldwell. Based at Gambut, Libya. Spring, 1942.
This decal set includes cockpit stencils and placards.
Curtiss P-40E Warhawk “Tarheel” White 85 9th FS/49th FG. Flown by 2nd Lieutenant George Preddy. Based at Darwin, Australia. February, 1942
Curtiss P-40E Warhawk "White 7"C.O. of 23rd Fighter Group. Flown by Colonel Robert L. Scott. Kunming, China, Early October 1942
Curtiss P-40E Warhawk “Skeeter” White 81 9th FS, 49th FG. USAAF Flown by 2nd Lt. John Landers. Based at Darwin, Australia. February, 1942
P-51D-15-NA Mustang “The Millie G”
55th Fighter Group, 343rd Fighter Squadron, 8th Air Force
Flown by Major Edward Giller. Wormingford Airfield, England,1944-45.
P-51D-15-NA Mustang “Amorous Len III”
357th Fighter Group, 363rd Fighter Squadron, 8th Air Force
Flown by Captain Reager. Yoxford Airfield, England, 1944-45.
P-51D-5-NA Mustang “Lou IV”
361st Fighter Group, 375th Fighter Squadron, 8th Air Force
Flown by Lt. Col. Thomas Christian. Bottisham Airfield, England, summer 1944.
P-51D-15-NA Mustang “Alabama Rammer Jammer”
353rd Fighter Group, 352nd Fighter Squadron, 8th Air Force<
Flown by Lt. Arthur Cundy. Raydon Airfield, England, Spring 1945.
F4U-1D Corsair. Bu no. unkown. “Palpitatin Pauli” VMF-441. Flown by Capt. Floyd C. Kirkpatrick. Yontan Airfield, Okinawa. April 1945
FG-1D Corsair. Bu no. unknown. Yellow FF75 VMF-351. Flown by Lt. Col. Donald K. Yost. USS Cape Gloucester (CVE-109) East China Sea, August 1945
F4U-1 Birdcage Corsair. Bu no. 02310. “VIVA!” VMF-124. Flown by 2nd Lt Kenneth Ambrose Walsh. Henderson Field, Guadalcanal 28 May 1943
F4U-1 Birdcage Corsair. Bu no. unkown. “Tojo Eats Shit!" Squadron, pilot, base and date are all unknown at this time.
P-47D-27-RE 42-27215 B8*T “1950”/”Super Rabbit," 379th FS, 362nd FG, USAAF, Flown by Lt. Ralph Sallee, Based at Etain, France, December 1944
P-47D-30-RE 44-20425 B8*W “Kentucky Colonel," 379th FS, 362nd FG, USAAF, Flown by Capt. Wilfred Crutchfield,
Based at Etain, France, January, 1945
P-47D-30-RA 44-33287 B8*A “5 By 5," 379th FS, 362nd FG, USAAF, flown by Col. Joseph Laughlin, Based at Etain, France, March 1945
P-47D-30-RE 44-20413 B8*Y “Bonnie Lynn," 379th FS, 362nd FG, USAAF, flown by Lt. Gene Martin, Based at Illesham, Germany, April 1945
F4U-1 Corsair. Bu no. unknown. “Tojo Eats Shit!” VMF-222. Pilot unknown. Munda Airfield, New Georgia. Solomon Islands. Painted in Blue Gray (FS35189) over Light Gray (FS36440). Extremely heavily stained, faded, worn and patched.
F4U-1 Birdcage Corsair. Bu no. 02310. “VIVA!” VMF-124. Flown by 2nd Lt Kenneth Ambrose Walsh. Henderson Field, Guadalcanal 28 May 1943. Walsh became the first Corsair ace on 13 May 1943 when he shot down 3 Zekes and damaged a 4th.
F4U-1 Corsair. Bu no. 03821 "White 485" OTU VF-4. Flown by pilots in their final phase of training before joining the Fleet. NAS Jacksonville, Florida February 1945. Returned from service in the South Pacific after later versions of the Corsair reached the war zone.
F4U-1 Corsair. Bu No. "Dangerous Dan - EightBall" VMF-213. Pilot varied day to day. Guadalcanal. Solomon Islands. June,1943. Painted in Blue Gray (FS35189) over Light Gray (FS36440), with moderate dirt, wear and staining and wing root chipping.
F4U-1 Corsair. Bu No.02386. "Ramblin Wreck" VMF-121. Espiritu Santo on May 8th, 1944. In the one known photo. 02386 was a War-Weary Corsair, slated to be returned to the US for refurbishment and re-assignment to the Training Command.
This set is the result of new research based on the superb Mosquito restorations being done by Avspecs in NZ. The external stencils are extensive, and we include new instrument faces for the instrument panel, a few cockpit placards and even some decals for the radios. Printed by Cartograf, these are a real upgrade to all kit stencils in this scale. With complete instructions.
This sheet contains markings for 6 different Spitfires operated by different air forces in 23 theatres. The sheet is thoroughly researched and beautifully printed by Cartograf. Complete with 2 full sets of stencils including door stencils and bomb markings and full color instructions.
Spitfire Mk. VIII, Serial JF349 HL-K 308th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Group, 15th Air Force, USAAF. Pilot - CO of 308th FS. Flown by Lt. Leland P. Molland. Castel Volturno, Italy. February, 1944.
Spitfire MK. VIII, MT982 UM-C 152 Squadron RAF. SEAC. Flown by Warrant Officer Eric Clegg. Sinthe Airstrip, Burma, 1945
Spitfire Mk. VIII, A58-517 (RAF serial MT594) UP-F 79 Squadron RAAF. Flown by Flt. Lt. Norman Turnbull (surname legally changed in August to Smithells). Based at Morotai, Indonesia. Late Spring, 1945.
Spitfire Mk. VIII, JF476 QJ-D 92 Squadron RAF. Desert Air Force. Pilot unknown. Based at Taranto, Italy. September, 1943.
Spitfire Mk. VIII, JF835 UM-T 152 Squadron RAF. SEAC. Flown by Flying Officer Paul “Gus” Ardeline. Sinthe Airstrip, Burma, 1945
This sheet features 7 interesting Gustavs with a wide array of colors and markings. Thoroughly researched by Anders Hjortsberg, who also created the stunning profile artwork, these are the culmination of years of research, and represent the latest thinking in color and markings. This sheet features full color instructions, 2 full sets of stencils and enough national markings to do at least 2 aircraft.
Bf 109G-6. White Chevron of III./JG1 flown by Friedrich Eberle at Eelde. October 1943
Bf 109G-6. Black 10 of IV./JG54, Dorpat, Soviet Union (Estonia), early 1944.
Bf 109G-6. << + - of II./JG11, flown by Günther Specht, Germany. February 1944
Bf 109G-6. Yellow 6, of 9./JG3, Normandy, July 1944
Bf 109G-14. White 21 of Franz Wienhusen, Gruppenkommandeur IV./JG4, autumn 1944.
Bf 109G-14. Blau 62 of JG 110, Finow, Germany. Early spring 1945
Bf 109G-6. Gelbe 20 of 3./EKG(J), Ansbach, Germany. March 1945
This set consists of two complete sets of stencils for just about any variant of the FW 190 family. These are very thin and beautifully printed by Cartograf, and replace the often thick stencils with hard to hide clear film found in all kits of the Fw-190 in 1/72 scale. A simple upgrade with a big payoff for your latest Wurger project.
Designed by Chris Busbridge
This set consists of two complete sets of stencils for Spitfires Mk VII through 24 and Seafires Mk XV through 47. Some factories retained the older stencil style into later marks. Includes cockpit door stencils and bomb markings. These are very thin and beautifully printed by Cartograf, and replace the often thick stencils with hard to hide clear film found in all kits of the marks listed above in 1/72 scale. A simple upgrade with a big payoff for your latest Spitfire build project.
Designed by Chris Busbridge
Jim Chapman Decals
This sheet contains markings for 38 aircraft covering the complete history of 3 Squadron RAF, from the Sopwith Camel in 1917 to the Eurofighter Typhoon FGR 4 in 2011. All subjects are complete with national markings, so you could build all 38 aircraft, if you are so inclined. Each subject is covered by full color 4-view drawings, with notes on color schemes and identity. Aircraft covered: Camel, Snipe, Woodcock, Avro 504K, Bulldog, Gladiator, Hurricane, Typhoon, Tempest, Vampire, Sabre, Hunter. Javelin, Canberra, Harrier, Eurofighter Typhoon. Some aircraft are covered in multiple variants. Decals are thoroughly researched and beautifully printed by Fantasy Printshop, so are of the highest quality.
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