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More Air National Guard Mustangs (48036) 1:48 Iliad Design Iliad have sent us some of their latest releases, this one being their second sheet for US Air National Guard Mustangs. Post WWII nearly all the US ANG units had the P-51D later designated the F-51D. Arriving in a ziplok bag, each set has a set of profiles as the cover page, with the decal sheet visible on the flipside so you can readily see what you're buying with the flick of a wrist. The printing is up to their usual standard, having good registration, colour density and sharpness, with a
Getting back into the hobby recently........but I just went to apply decals to my 1/48 Stearman and went to slide the first two decals off and they just shattered. Doing this bird off the sheet, put the 73's in mildly warm water, like I always did in the past. Let them set for a few then went to slide them off and BAM! Was it the warm water? Iliad decals just like to do that? Gonna try another decal and see what happens. Fortunately I mistakenly bought a second set so I have that part again.
Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog (48035) 1:48 Iliad Decals This well-known Observation aircraft from civilian manufacturer Cessna had a lengthy service record and was well-used during Vietnam to obtain and transmit intelligence on the enemy back to the US troops for targeting of bombardment and tactical/strategic use, often whilst under fire. It was also popular with other operators and continues in private service today. This new decal set from Iliad in Canada depicts a variety of airframes in the service of different operators on an A5 sheet of
Hi Folks, this is my first completed model for about a year. This is the Revell 1/48 Stearman Pt-17 Kaydet, with Iliad Decals, Yahu Instrument panel, and some additional extras I have made such as the ignition harness. The rigging is ez-line painted with a silver coloured sharpie. First Bi-plane for me but I had to do one and it is such a lovely kit that goes together without any problems. Painted using Mr Hobby and Vallejo paints. The aircraft is interesting to me as I spent 5 months in Phoenix, Arizona undertaking commercial pilot training. This aircraft was used by No. 4 British