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  1. Hi all ... I'm looking for references / AM decals for Heinz ... I have the Hasegawa Fw190A-7 kit (x2) - so both sets of those. It have a Trumpter 109E kit (3 or 4) with those decals ... Though I'll be sticking em on a CyberHobby equivalent. What I need is everything else in between!! Help anyone? Rog
  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 66-7661, 113TFG DC ANG, 1987. MiG killer. Euro 1 camo. 4) F-4D 66-7745, 187TFG Alabama ANG, 1988. Euro 1 camo 32004 Snub-nosed Phantoms Part II: ANG ADC Gray Phantoms 1) F-4C 63-0589, 191FIG, Michigan ANG, 1979 2) F-4C 64-0776, 142FIG, Oregon ANG, 1984. Triple MiG-killer, plus two additional QF-100 kills obtained during William Tell '84 3) F-4D 64-0973, 119FIG, North Dakota ANG, 1981. Royal Canadian Air Force 'zap' over USAF insignia. 4) F-4D 64-0976, 119FIG, North Dakota ANG, 1989. "Abigail" artwork.
  3. Hello I have been looking for a set of Fish Scale decals for a WNW Roland C.II Walfisch. Are there any made to date? As I have seen this lovey work today on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/115991888428471/ https://scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/v/t1.0-9/12241267_10153385978399247_108015030566513103_n.jpg?oh=116e356721ebfb5fcdb2452c10bd60ad&oe=56B64C89 Cheers Danny
  4. Is there word of anyone coming out with any decals for these new kits?
  5. This may come as no new news to some, but I just discovered yesterday that Aviattic is now making 1:28 four and five color lozenge decals. This is fantastic news for me, as the aborted end to my Revell kit (here), was due in large part, to the absolutely lousy decals I was using from someone else at the time. (There were also several other errors with this effort, in large part owing to my then ignorance of the facts, but the decals are really what killed it for me.) With a fresh set of new decals (when I can get around to buying some), I may now be able to resurrect this project and finish it at long last. I'm a happy pup.
  6. LSP_K2

    Rust decals

    While scrolling through some long forgotten archived digital photos, I stumbled upon these. A friend had approached me a while back with a new line of weathering decals he was creating, and asked that I use some on a 1:72 Revell Gato that he had, as an illustration of their capabilities. I obliged, and this is what I ended up with. (When the time comes, I'll be using some on my own Gato, that's a certainty.) A lot of what you see here is decals, though there is also some hand applied rust effects as well.
  7. Hi everyone; With the arrival of the 'new' HK B-25H kit we thought we would remind everyone of our EagleCals for the B-25H The link is here: http://www.eagle-editions.com/eaglecals/32/b-25j-and-b-25h-click-to-view-all-available-markings/eaglecals-146-32-b-25h-detail.html Thanks for your continued support! Judy and Team Eagle
  8. Have any of our Canadian modelers or anyone else for that matter had any experience with JBOT and their decals? TIA Barry
  9. Anybody ever hear of these folks? Is the quality acceptable? Thanks,
  10. Anybody familiar with this brand? Decent quality?
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