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Publisher/Brand Hataka Hobby
Version 17ml bottles acrylic paint
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory Aircraft Scale ModellingPaint
Availability only 4 remaining
This product was added to our database on Friday 12 January 2018.
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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.
Standard colours of RAF training aircraft since 1950s. The set contains:
HTK-B003 Silver Also known as "High Speed Silver", overall colour of RAF trainers until 1966 (with yellow or day-glo orange elements)
HTK-B194 - Luminous Orange Also known as "Day-Glo Orange", used on RAF trainers for high-visibility markings over Silver or LAG airframe colour
HTK-B217 BS Light Aircraft Grey - BS381C:627, overall colour of RAF trainers after 1966 (with day-glo parts). Later used for wings in "tricolor scheme"
HTK-B101 Traffic White Used on RAF trainers in "tricolor scheme" for upper body and tail (early-1970s to 1990) and fuselage stripe (till 1998)
HTK-B276 BS Signal Red BS381C:537, used for lower fuselage and wingtips of RAF training aircraft in "tricolor scheme" (early-1970s to 1998)
HTK-B277 BS Roundel Blue BS381C:110, used for aircraft spine and tail of RAF training aircraft in modified "tricolour scheme" (from 1990 to 1998)
HTK-B100 Jet Black / Night Exact match with BS381C:642, since 1998 overall colour of RAF trainers (BAe Hawk, Short Tucano and helicopters)
HTK-B275 BS Golden Yellow BS381C:356, used in 1950s for "training bands" on RAF trainers. Engine cowling colour of training helis after 1998