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  1. As the title says: Do you see merit (preferably profit ) in producing decals for Tamiya's forthcoming F-51D? The "Was that too Fast"-option is already (too) well known from the 48th scale offering... Besides, many ANG units flew the F-51D in very colourful markings. Heck, even some active USAF units had you take out your sunglasses... Thanks in advance, guys! Erik.
  2. We are getting ready to release two new 1/32 F-4C/D sheets for post-war ANG/AFRES Phantoms. They are printed by Cartograf and should be available by late next week or early the following. They will be available from www.speedhuntergraphics.com 32003 Snub-nosed Phantoms 1) F-4D 66-7765, 906TFG, WPAFB Ohio. Decals include both types of nose art and flags to depict the jet as it appeared at the London Air Show in June 1988 or Dayton Air Show in July 1988. 2) F-4C 64-0748, 188TFG, Arkansas ANG, 1989. Don Spering nose art. MiG killer. Hill Gray I camo. 3) F-4D 66-7
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