This sheet from
Twobobs is a combo sheet (48th/32nd) of one of the most unique schemes you'll ever see on a USAF Corsair.
These markings only existed on the aircraft for one day and were removed after the commander of this unit saw this scheme sitting on his ramp at Korat RTAFB during the Vietnam Conflict.
Designed and painted by an actual model builder and photographed and documented by more model builders, we're happy to pull all the pieces together to capture this unique time in history with this decal sheet.
Two complete sets of markings (one in each scale) and sized for the Hasegawa and new Trumpeter kits.
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The instructions are clear and
include 4 views of each aircraft. The decals are beautifully printed on 1
decal sheet. Paint codes are called out in FS #'s, Testors MM,
Humbrol, Gunze Sangyo and Xtracrylics.
I would like to thank Twobobs
for this review sample.
This sheet is available through
website and select US Hobby Shops. Overseas customers can purchase these from
Twobobs site or through Twobobs network of overseas distributors.