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  1. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part 3&4 1:72, 1:48 & 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. We now have four sheets in two of the major scales, namely 1:72, 1:48 with identical subjects in each scale, just a change of the size of the sheets and price due to the obvious increase in decal real-estate. The first two sheets were released recently, so while you’re checking out these sets from the links, you can see the options for the later sheets #131 and #132 that preceded them. Each set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus the two sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings are printed on the one sheet, while the airframe specific markings are on the other. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of wax paper to keep condensation at bay. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.3 In this set you can model the following subjects: #55-2796 flown by Capt. Robert Maxwell, 511th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 405th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, US 1959 #55-3558 ‘Stinger’ of 35th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Itzuke Air Force Base, Japan, 1960 #56-3315 flown by Maj. C Jones of 492nd Tactical Fighter Sqn., 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Chaumont Air Force Base, France, 1959 1:72 Part 3 1:48 Part 3 North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.4 This set contains decals for the following subjects: #55-2950 flown by Col. C Banburt, Wing Commander of 81st Tactical Fighter Sqn., 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Toul-Rosieres Air Force Base, 1958 #56-3417 of 356th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 354th tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force Europe, Aviano Air Base, Italy, 1960 #56-3020 of 390th Fighter Bomber Sqn., 366th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, England Air Force Base, USA 1957-59 1:72 Part 4 1:48 Part 4 Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop as you’d expect, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Conclusion There’s a good choice of schemes and locations between these two sets and the preceding sets, and plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe surrounding the three good-sized profiles that accompany each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  2. Very Colourful Sabres (ED-32101) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The North American F-86 Sabre rose to fame as the main American Fighter in the Korean War, and continued its service into the Cold War. As well as being used by the UASF many were supplied to Various US Allies. Sabres were also licenced built many by Canadair and some by Mitsubishi. Here Fantasy Printshop have upscaled their Colourful Sabres sheet to 1/32 The Options available on this sheet are; F-86A 91021 - Montana Air National Guard. This aircraft with an overall bright yellow fuselage was used as a target tug, hence the highly conspicuous finish. Canadair Sabre 5 23285 Royal Canadian Air Force. Overall Red Aircraft seen at the Toronto Air Show 1955. F-86-40 72-7754 - No.1 Sqn Japanese Ari Self Defence Forces. This aircraft is overall Silver Lacquer not NMF as the instructions say, with a red exercise fuselage band. F-86F 31169 AH-Z - Royal Norwegian Air Force Jokers Aerobatic Display Team 1970s F-86E 12724 - USA At Edwards Air Force Base. Aircraft #4 which took part in breaking the closed circuit world speed record in 1951. Day-Glo orange nose. RF-86F 24522 - Republic Of Korea Air Force, 1970s, Standard SEA Camo. The decals arrive on 1 main A4 sheet and a second A5 sheet, the quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Now not all of the options on the sheet are actually kitted in 1.32, or even available as a conversion; so for those you will have to do your own work. Most can be used though and its a welcome addition to the 1.32 scale. Recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  3. McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special 2016 (ED-48122) 1:48 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Oregon Air National Guard have had some special schemes on their aircraft over the years. In 2015 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Oregon ANG an F-15C Eagle from the 173rd Fighter Wing based at Klamath Falls was given this special Eagle Scheme. The decals arrive on 3 large A5 size sheets, the quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a 1/48 Eagle and you've got the basis for a rather interesting and striking scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  4. 176th Fighter Squadron F-16C Vipers (ED-32126) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The 176th Fighter Squadron is part of the 115th Fightr Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard currently flying the Block 30 F-16C Fighting Falcon, although now scheduled to transition to the F-35 in 2023. As well as two standard jets this decal sheet features two specially marked aircraft for the 50th Anniversary (Red tail) and 60th Anniversary (Blue tail) jets. The decals arrive on 1 large A sheet for the markings, both Squadron ones and stencils, quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a big phantom and you've got the basis for a rather interesting scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  5. Dassault Mirage III (ED-32121) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Mirage III was a development of a long line of aircraft that bore the name over the years, and wasn't the last one either. The first production model was designated IIIC, and there were a number variants. The E has a longer fuselage, the O was produced initially for the Australian Air Force which when in Pakistani hands was upgraded to the ROSE standard, and the EZ was the name of the South African variant, all of which were originally based on the E. They had a longer service life with other nations than France, with upgrades carried out locally by their operators to extend their service life further. The sheet arrives in an A5 ziplok bag with the instruction booklet at the front and two sheets of decals at the rear, protected from moisture by translucent paper. The booklet is eight pages, with the cover page, five pages of profiles of the options, and the back page devoted to some text from Wikipedia in case you'd like to learn a little about the aircraft. If you're good at maths, that missing page is the blank backside of the cover page. The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop to their usual standard, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. From the bag and with the correct large-scale kit, you can build the following: Mirage IIIEZ "842" of 3 Squadron, SAAF at AFB Waterkloof, 1972 Mirage IIIO project ROSE 90-513/"513" 7 Squadron, PAF based at PAF Samungli, Quetta during Exercise "Saffron Bandit", 2012 Mirage IIIE "4-BE" of Armée de L'air, Escadron de Chasse 2/4 Luxeuil-Saint Sauveur, 1980s Mirage IIIO 90-560/"560" of 7 "bandits" Tactical Attack Squadron, PAF, Masroor, Karachi 1990s Mirage IIIO A3-25 of 75 Squadron, RAAF Butterworth, June 1981 Grab yourself a Revell or Italeri kit, and you've got the basis for a rather interesting set of colour schemes from more esoteric operators of this well-liked jet. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
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