I'm a new guy here....and your products look flat out amazing. I have been following the Fisher models F-8 conversions with much interest. I saw that you did one decal sheet for F-8C Crusaders, but I'm wondering if you might be willing to do some of the basically ignored versions. My dad was a plane captain on an F-8D, which can be made from the Fisher F-8C conversion, but he was in a fighter squadron that was sent to the Mediterranean Sea in the late 1960s, and no decals have ever been made for this. Because Vietnam was going on at this time, a lot of F-8 units, and others as well, are largely ignored or forgotten by decal makers.
Here's a link showing the markings for this unit, they are really pretty basic as markings go. No weird nose art, no flames, nothing like that....if you scroll down to the jets with "AJ" on the tail, those would be the markings. All lettering is in black. The stripe on the tail and at each wingtip is red with 3 white stars. Most of the time, they did not carry the "chin strap" under the intake. Top of tail is either red or black depending on which cruise. Nose cone is also either red or black, but nose and fin tip would be just painted. The units that were not taking part in the Vietnam war started off with newer F-8E's, and then as the years went on, the -E models were taken for Vietnam service, and older -D and -C models were brought in. In 67, they had -D's, and in 68-69 they had -C's. My dad's plane was a -D and was lost in 1967.
I have spoken with several of my dad's old shipmates, and I can get more photos if you would need them. I just think it would be really cool to do lesser known examples. The VF-84 F-8C's for example are very well known with their flames on the intake. I think there would be a lot of interest in other units that a lot of us might not have seen before.