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Series Blue Line
Publisher/Brand Hataka Hobby
Version 17ml bottles acrylic
Category Scale Modelling
Availability only 2 remaining
This product was added to our database on Friday 9 June 2017.
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Restriction: this product is a paint or lacquer. As a result of international security and safety measures these products are prohibited for transportation by air. The delivery of these products will be restricted to countries in Europe that are being served by road transport from the Netherlands. Any overseas orders containing these products will be adapted. The products will be removed from the order.
The set contains the following acrylic paints, optimised for use with brush:
HTK-B003 Silver Also known as "High Speed Silver", overall colour of early-postwar RAF jets (till mid-1950s). Later (till 1966) used on lower surfaces
HTK-B207 BS PRU Blue BS381C:636, colour of lower surfaces of RAF fighters stationed in continental Europe in 1950s (with DG+DSG on upper surfaces)
HTK-B143 BS Dark Green BS381C:641, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s
HTK-B144 BS Dark Sea Grey BS381C:638, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s
HTK-B141 BS Medium Sea Grey BS381C:637, used on RAF bombers (MSG+DG/White or HSS or LAG). Also on Meteor NFs (DG+DSG/MSG or DG+MSG/MSG)
HTK-B217 BS Light Aircraft Grey BS381C:627, used on lower surfaces of RAF aircraft (DG+DSG/LAG) from 1966 till late 1970s (switch to wraparound)
HTK-B068 US Army Desert Sand FS30279, used for improvised desert camouflage of RAF Tornado GR1/1A, Jaguar GR1A and Buccaneer during Op Granby
HTK-B262 BS Camouflage Beige BS381C:389, also known as "Hemp", used in 1980s/90s on upper surfaces of Canberras, Victors, VC10s and Nimrods (over LAG)