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P-39 Airacobra in Worldwide Service Collection

Xtradecal, 1/72 scale


Catalogue Number and Price:

Xtradecal Item No. X72346 - Bell P-39 Airacobra in Worldwide Service Collection


GBP £8.99 (UK price) GBP £7.49 (export price) plus shipping available online from Hannants



Contents and Media:

Waterslide decals for ten subjects plus instructions and notes.

Review Type:



High quality decals; full colour instructions; ten schemes covered; includes all required national markings.


None noted.


This release will offer welcome variety for anyone building a 1/72 scale P-39 Airacobra.

Reviewed by Brett Green



Xtradecal has just released a new 1/72 scale decal set that covers ten P-39 Airacobras in worldwide service.



Markings for P-39s in the colours of the USA, Soviet Union, Australia, Italy and France are included.



These are in perfect time for the gorgeous Arma Hobby 1/72 scale P-39 Airacobra kits.



A nice selection of interesting colours are markings will atttactively customise your Airacobra.



With ten marking options, they are great value too!

Details are as follows:

    1. Bell P-39D Airacobra, 6731P/'67'of 40th Pursuit Squadron, 31st Pursuit Group United States Army Air Corps, during the Carolina Manoeuvres, USA, October - November, 1941.

    2. Bell P-39N Airacobra, 4218769/'6'of GC 1/4 ' Navarre', Forces Aeriennes Francaises Libres, based at La Mediouna, Morocco, 1943.

    3. Bell Airacobra Mk.I, AH565/'UF.U'of 601 Squadron, Royal Air Force, based at RAF Duxford, UK, December, 1941.

    4. Bell P-39N Airacobra, 42-9377/'19'/'97'of 4th Stormo, Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force based at Campo Vesuvio airfield, Italy, 1944.

    5. Bell P-39F Airacobra, A53-6/'FA.A'of 82 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, 1943.

    6. Bell P-39Q-15 Airacobra, 42355/'Z341', used for Bomber Gunnery Training, United States Army Air Corps, based in USA 1943.

    7. Bell P-39Q-10 Airacobra, '4' flown by Evgenij Pakhomovich Marinskij of 129 GIAP, 22 GIAD Soviet Air Force, Spring/Summer, 1945.

    8. Bell P-39D Airacobra, 41-38356/'Sun Setter C' Flown by Capt. Rasmussen of, 35th Fighter Squadron, 8th Fighter Group, Fifth Air Force, based at New Guinea, 1944.

    9. Bell P-39Q-10 Airacobra, '111' of 21 GIAP, Soviet Air Force, 1944.

    10. Bell P-39Q-10 Airacobra, '28' flown by Georgiy Baranov of 28 GIAP, 5 GIAD Soviet Air Force, May, 1945.

Instructions for the decal sheet are in full colour across one folded double-sided A4 and one A5 sheets.

Both side views and upper and lower views are provided for all four subjects.

National markings are supplied for all ten options on the busy decal sheet.



Colour notes are offered, along with model paint callouts for Xtracolor enamels and Xtracrylix acrylics.

The decals are perfectly printed and feature thin carrier film.



This release will offer welcome variety for anyone building a 1/72 scale P-39 Airacobra.

Thanks to Hannants for the review sample

Xtradecals are available online from Hannants' website

Review Text Copyright © 2023 by Brett Green
This Page Created on 3 October, 2023
Last updated 3 October, 2023

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