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#1 oldmodels decals

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Posted 30 October 2016 - 08:52 PM

New from Oldmodels Decals:

 

RNZAF Avengers in 1/32:

NZ Theatre 1943-45

Pacific Theatre 1943-45

Post War 1945-59

 

RNZAF Corsairs in 1/32

Pacific theatre 1943-45 - Bougainville area

Pacific theatre 1943-45 - other than Bougainville

NZ theatre 1943-45

Japan 1946-48

 

NZ based war bird Corsair current scheme - USN 92844 - in 1/32

 

Updated:

RNZAF Iroquois 1979 low viz - corrected and reworked - 1/24, 32, 35

RNZAF Iroquois Euro1 - updated - 1/24, 32, 35

RNZAF CT4Bs (both schemes) and CT4Es - corrected and updated - 1/16

 

all available through my website www.oldmodelsdecals.com

 

John

 


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John Sutherland

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Posted 30 October 2016 - 10:11 PM

Are there any profiles of the aircraft options you could post?


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Posted 31 October 2016 - 02:29 AM

Go the website and check the pic of the decal sheet out.

 

Please note I don't profile a tiny number of individual aircraft like many decal makers do.  

 

Instead I provide a range of options in the decal sheet to allow any aircraft of the type and period covered to be made - the vast majority did not have special markings or other adornments. This is for the majority of builders who are often trying to make the aircraft a relative flew.  

 

Having said that most of the Corsair and some of the Avenger sets have some individual markings that can be verified to particular aircraft - the cross reference is provided in the instruction sheets - and no I am not posting copies of the instruction sheets (way too big).

 

John


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