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15th AF

Eduard, 1/32 scale

S u m m a r y :

Catalogue Number:

Eduard Item No. D32010 - P-51D-5 15th AF



Contents & Media:

One sheet of waterslide decals; six page instruction leaflet.


USD$14.95 plus shipping available from Eduard

GBP£10.80 (GBP£9.00 Export Price) plus shipping available online from Hannants

and hobby retailers worldwide.

Review Type:

First Look


Crisply printed; varied schemes and markings; includes chequer decals; detailed instructions.


None noted.


This set of decals offers some colourful alternatives for anyone building Tamiya's or Revell's 1/32 scale P-51D-5 Mustang.

Reviewed by Brett Green



Edyard has released a new set of decals - P-51D-5 "15th AF" decals.



These decals will be suitable for either the Tamiya or Revell 1/32 scale P-51D-5 filletless kits.



Eduard's decal set offers five marking options.

These are all finished in variations of natural metal, with some having yellow tails or fuselage stripes, red stripes or black and yellow chequers.

There is plenty of colour and variety here!



Eduard has kindly taken care of the most challenging aspect of these schemes by providing black chequer decals for the tail planes of Lt. Col. Bob Baseler's Mustang. All you have to do is paint the yellow base colour and apply the decals over the top.



The instructions are supplied on six A5-sized pages in full colour. Each subject is covered in four view illustrations - two sides, top and bottom.



Colour callouts are provided for Gunze acrylics, Mr Color lacquers and Mission Models paints.

The decal sheets are glossy and well printed by Eduard.



One set of national markings are included on the smaller of the two sheets.



Stencil markings are not included.





This set of decals some colourful options for anyone building Tamiya's or Revell's 1/32 scale P-51D-5 Mustang.

Thanks to Eduard for the sample.

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Last updated 30 July, 2021

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