Spada Decals

1/32 Maachi C.200 "Saetta" decal sheet

Product # SD-32001 for 11.00 for resin kits from either Pacific Coast Models or Craftworks

Product Article by Steve Bamford on June 13 2007 

 

 

 

This new decal sheet from Spada Decals in 1/32 features 6 different Macchi C.200 "Saetta" from March 1941 to April 1943.  These decals are designed to compliment the kit decals, so national insignias and possibly stencils will need to come from the kit decal sheet.  

The aircraft include;

  • Mc.200, 154e Sqn, Trapani-Chinisia, April 1943
  • Mc.200, 95e Sqn/18e Group Aut. CT), Lt Franco Bordoni-Bisleri, Chinisia, April 1943
  • Mc.200, 150e Group, Tirana, May 1941
  • Mc.200, 96e Sqn/9e Group/4e Stormo CT), Gorizia-Merna March 1941
  • Mc.200, 79e Sqn/6e Group/1er Stormo CT), Catania-Fontanarossa February 1941
  • Mc.200, 86e Sqn/7e Group/54e Stormo), Fontanarossa late 1941

 

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WW2 Italian aircraft are very exciting subject  for modellers due to the large variety of complicated camo patterns and colourful markings.  This sheet is no exception and gives you 6 aircaft that will brighten up any display case.  The decals are contained on one decal sheet and are very finely printed on decals that are thin but will provide excellent colour coverage.  These decals are designed for the 1/32nd scale resin kits from either Pacific Coast Models or Craftworks.

 

The printing quality of these decal sheet is on a very high quality.

I'm very excited about this decal sheet and the new releases from Spada decals that will include the following sheets.

  • SD-32008M - 1/32 F-100D Super Sabre Bare Metal Birds

  • SD-32008C - 1/32 F-100D Super Sabre Camouflaged Aircraft

  • SD-32005 - 1/32 P-47D Razorback Thunderbolts

  • SD-32003 - 1/32 P-51D Mustangs - 4th Fighter Group

  • SD-24001 - 1/24 Fw 190A-8

To order this sheet or to learn more about their product line......visit Spada Decals website.  I'd like to thank Spada decals for the review sample.

Steve 

Photos and text by Steve Bamford