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Grumman Wildcat and Martlet Aces  PRS72-066
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Grumman Wildcat and Martlet Aces (Print Scale PRS72-066)

€ 7.40
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Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale Modelling Decals
Scale:1 : 72
Publisher/Brand:Print Scale
Availability:only 1 remaining

This product was added to our database on Saturday 15 March 2014.

Mind: this item is a decal sheet that serves to decorate a scalemodel.†The scalemodel is not included and needs to be ordered separately.

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling Decals, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box PRS72-066, Publisher/Brand Print Scale


1. Martlet lV FN 112/0-7D flown by Lt Dennis Mayvore Jeram RN, No 888 Sqn, FAA, HMS Formidable, Operation Torch, November 1942

2. F-4F-4 Bu No.3417/White 19, flown by Stanley Winifield "the Swede" Vejtasa, VF-10 U.S.S. Enterprise, Battle of Santa Cruz, October 1942

3. General-Motors FM-2 (BuNo Unknown)/White 35, flown by Lt. Ralph Elliot, Jr., VC-27, U.S.S. Savo Island, January 1945

4. F4F-4 BuNo. 5193/Black 13, flown by Machinist Donald Y. Runyon, VF-6 U.S.S. Enterprise, Sept 1942

5. General-Motors FM-2 (BuNo Unknown)/White 7, flown by Martin Ferko, VC-4, U.S.S. White Plains, October 1944

6. F4F-4 BuNo.11985/White F21, flown by Lt JG William Leonard, VF-11 Guadalcanal, June 1943

7. F4F-4,BuNo.02124/White 77, flown by James Swett of VMF-221, Guadalcanal, April 7,1943

8. F4F-3, BuNo Unknown/Black 8, flown by Lt Col Harold William Bauer of VMF-212, Guadalcanal, Sept.-Nov. 1942

9. General-Motors FM-2, BuNo Unknown/White 29, flown by Lt (jg) Hatherly Foster lll of VC-93, U.S.S. Petrof Bay, April 1945

10. F4F-4, BuNo.5192/Black F12, flown by Lt James ‚?~Pug‚?(TM) Southerland, VF-5, U.S.S. Saratoga, August 7, 1942

11. Martlet lll, AX733/Black ‚?oeK‚??, flown by Sub-Lt.M. Walsh RN, 805 Naval Air Sqadron, Western Desert, September 1941

12. F4F-4, BuNo. 12153/White F4, flown by Lt.C.R ‚?oeSkull‚?? Stimpson, VF-11 "Sundowners‚??, Guadalcanal, Summer 1943

13. F4F-3, BuNo. 5171/White F-1, flown by Lt Commander John S. Thatch of VF-3, U.S.S. Lexington, photographed in April 1942

14. F4F-3,BuNo. 2531/Black F-2, flown by Ens. Scott McCluskey of VF-42, U.S.S. Yorktown, May 1942 during the Battle of the Coral Sea

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