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First look: 1/32 Swedish J30 Mosquito, J33 Venom and J34 Hunter decals

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First, we have decals for the DH Mosquito NF.XIX. Designed to fit the Tamiya kit which will have to have a new nose crafted and some radar stuff added in the cockpit...

The usual high quality decals printed in czech republic. Five aircraft from all three divisions and full stencils.

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DH Venom NF.4

Six RSAF options as well as all yellow Svensk Flygtjänst target tugs.

Designed for the old Matchbox kit. 

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And finally the Hawker Hunter. 

6+ options for the Revell Hunter which need to have the sawtooth removed and exhaust backdated (DJ Perkins to the rescue)

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Will post profiles if/when I get them.

 

Available in a week or two from http://mooserepublic.se

 

I have no economic interest in these products.

Cheers

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Sweet!, nice to see more decals for unusual markings. Thanks for sharing Anders.

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M.

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I have the FGA9/Mk58 Hunter. Are these applicable to that type?

 

Thanks for the heads up. They have some nice subjects. Not many 1/32 though. :(

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I have the FGA9/Mk58 Hunter. Are these applicable to that type?

 

Thanks for the heads up. They have some nice subjects. Not many 1/32 though. :(

You'll need to backdate the Hunter to the older Mk 4 with straight wing and no afterburner. Flightpath/DJ Perkins produce a resin/etch conversion/detail set.

 

Yes, he's been busy :)

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I have the FGA9/Mk58 Hunter. Are these applicable to that type?

 

Thanks for the heads up. They have some nice subjects. Not many 1/32 though. :(

Not necessarily. There is or was a Mk.58 on the airshow circuit painted up in Swedish J34 AcroHunter markings.

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Courtesy tinterweb as fair use

 

Interested to know who or where we might get an NF.XIX Universal nose and AI.MK.X radar set from. I know the Swedish used new four-bladed props on their refurbed Mossies but I'm thinking three paddle blades and overall doped aluminium in an exercise of artistic licence.

 

Tony

 

 

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Not necessarily. There is or was a Mk.58 on the airshow circuit painted up in Swedish J34 AcroHunter markings.

image.png

Courtesy tinterweb as fair use

 

Interested to know who or where we might get an NF.XIX Universal nose and AI.MK.X radar set from. I know the Swedish used new four-bladed props on their refurbed Mossies but I'm thinking three paddle blades and overall doped aluminium in an exercise of artistic licence.

 

Tony

 

 

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Yeah, forgot about the four bladed props.

 

That Hunter is a warbird. Also there was one or two experiments with afterburners...

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First, we have decals for the DH Mosquito NF.XIX. Designed to fit the Tamiya kit which will have to have a new nose crafted and some radar stuff added in the cockpit...

The usual high quality decals printed in czech republic. Five aircraft from all three divisions and full stencils.

32004.jpg

 

DH Venom NF.4

Six RSAF options as well as all yellow Svensk Flygtjänst target tugs.

Designed for the old Matchbox kit. 

32005.jpg

 

 

And finally the Hawker Hunter. 

6+ options for the Revell Hunter which need to have the sawtooth removed and exhaust backdated (DJ Perkins to the rescue)

32006.jpg

 

Will post profiles if/when I get them.

 

Available in a week or two from http://mooserepublic.se

 

I have no economic interest in these products.

Cheers

 

:yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:

 

Derek

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These are nice. I do not have many jet kits in my stash but one of the two Hunters could use this. I assembled but lost interest in my Matchbox Venom. The target tug option could change that. Thanks for posting.

 

Rick

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