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Junkers Ju 88 A-0, A-1,
A-1(F) & C-2 Decals

AIMS Decals, 1/32 scale



Catalogue Number:

AIMS Decals Item No. AIMS 32D002 - Junkers Ju 88 Cockpit Decals



Contents and Media:

Waterslide decals plus instructions


GBP £2.60 available online from AIMS' website (Paypal accepted)

Review Type:



Accurate; great answer to the missing instruments in Revell's kit; high quality decals.




A great way to improve the cockpit of your big beautiful Revell Ju 88.

Reviewed by Brett Green

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F i r s t L o o k



Revell's 1/32 scale Junkers Ju 88 A-1 is a fantastic kit, but surprisingly the initial release only offers blank dials on its instrument panel. No decal instruments are included.

AIMS Decals has addressed this shortcoming with a set of 1/32 scale cockpit decals for the Junkers Ju 88. This release includes not only the individual dials for the instrument panel, but also the dials for the side console instruments, radio face markings and more.



The decals are printed perfectly on a small sheet, while instructions comprise white line drawings on black paper - quite fetching actually!

I was a little concerned that dozens of small individual markings might be hard to keep track in preparation, and difficult to align in application. As it turns out, I have already applied the decals to my Ju 88 cockpit and the task was quite straightforward thanks to the logical layout of the decal sheet and the large instruction sheet.



After applying the decals, I "glazed" the lenses with a drop of Micro Krystal Kleer applied with the end of a toothpick to each dial.

If you have a Revell 1/32 scale Junkers Ju 88 A-1, this small and inexpensive decal sheet will make a big difference to the already excellent cockpit.

Thanks to AIMS for the samples

AIMS' decals, kits and accessories are available online from AIMS website

Text and Images Copyright 2009 by Brett Green
This Page Created on 19 February, 2009
Last updated 19 February, 2009

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