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|Category||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Subcategory||:||Aircraft Scale ModellingPaint|
|Version||:||17ml bottles acrylic|
|Availability||:||only 3 remaining|
This product was added to our database on Monday 23 January 2017.
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.
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale ModellingPaint, ISBN/Box HTK-AS07, Publisher/Brand Hataka Hobby, Version 17ml bottles acrylic
RAF planes entered WW2 wearing a "Temperate Land Scheme" of Dark Green and Dark Earth (thus colloquially known as "Sand & Spinach" pattern) over Black and White bottom. After May 1940 undersides of all fighters (and later also fighter-bombers) were repainted to Sky "Type S". After the Battle of Britain, from September 1941 onwards, a scheme more appropriate for offensive patrols over continental Europe was introduced to Fighter Command aircraft - Dark Earth was replaced by Ocean Grey and Sky "Type S" with Medium Sea Grey.
HTK-A009 Dark Earth Used for upper surfaces in RAF camouflage schemes until 1941
HTK-A016 Dark Green Used for upper surfaces in RAF camouflage schemes throughout the war
HTK-A025 Interior Grey-Green Standard colour of cockpit interiors of RAF aircraft
HTK-A026 Sky "Type S" Used for lower surfaces of RAF aircraft until 1941
HTK-A032 Ocean Grey Used for upper surfaces in RAF camouflage schemes from 1941
HTK-A034 Medium Sea Grey Used for lower surfaces of RAF aircraft from 1941