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P-47D Thunderbolt
PTO
Razorbacks Part 3

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Thundercals, 1/48 scale


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Thundercals has sent the following information on their latest 1/48 scale decals:

Now available! NEW  decal from THUNDSERCALS
T-003 1/48th P-47D  Thunderbolt Razorbacks PTO Part 3
69th, 310th, 311th FS/58th FG

  • An all 58th FG P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback decal in 1/48th scale.  Printed by Cartograph, researched by Norris Graser.  Historical information and images supplied by Frank Emmett, PhD, 58th FG Historian and Chuck Mayer.

  • Designed for the Tamiya 1/48 scale Razorback, these decals can be also used on all available 1/48th Razorback models.

  • This decal is a short run printing project and will not be reprinted.  

  • Decals are $15.95 each plus postage. To order, email to thundercals@yahoo.com

The release includes:

  • Beautiful offset printed nose art created by Bombshell Decals artist, Mike Kloppenburg

  •  Large profiles with detailed instructions for each plane.

  • Comprehensive data / stenciling

San Antonio Rose,  310th FS

 

 

  • Squadron markings feature alternating yellow and black pinstripe outlined polished metal cowl flaps and a fuselage Flight Leaders stripe.  We have included alternate serial presentations:  

  •  Serial number printed with an O.D. background or

  •  Separate Serial numbers for the modeler who prefers to paint the O.D. background.


 

SLICK CHICK,  311th FS

 

 

Lt. David Batey achieved an aerial victory in this plane in January 1945

  • Squadron markings featuring modeler options

Alternate modelers choice for markings include:

  • Nose art and nose stripe as one-piece application and an additional girl is included for the modeler who wishes to paint the blue nose stripes.

  • Single piece black vertical tail stripes, serials and aircraft numbers or separate aircraft numbers and serials for those who wish to paint the black stripe themselves.


 

The GOLDEN GOPHER from the 69th FS

 

 

  • Often requested markings.   

  • Some modelers will note that the serial on this decal is different than that found on old profiles and publications and as well as some current online references.  This decal features the correct serial as confirmed by Chuck Mayer, the nephew of the S/SSgt George Mayer, 58th FG historian, Frank Emmett.

 


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