Maestro Models

1/72 De Havilland DH.112 Venom J-33 decal sheet

Product # MMD7209 for Maestro Models kit

Product Article by Steve Bamford on Nov 7 2014

 

      

This new decal sheet by Maestro Models Conversions is designed to fit the Maestro Models 1/72 De Havilland DH.112 Venom J-33 kit, but they can also be used on the Frog/Novo kit.  Six paint schemes are included, all 4 squadrons of F1 wing in Vasteras plus both camouflaged and yellow painted aircraft on civilian registry.  Night fighter and target tug.  Stenciling included with options for both types of paint livery.  

 

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The 6 aircraft on this decal sheet include:

  • 33015 Red Petter F1 wing Vasteras in the late 1950's in grey and green camo.

  • 33017 Blue Adam F1 wing Vasteras in the late 1950's in grey and green camo.

  • 33042 Yellow Kalle F1 wing Vasteras, destroyed in the air above F1 on June 1 1959 in grey and green camo.

  • 33010 Red Johan F1 wing Vasterascirca 1953 - 1954 in grey and green camo.

  • 33025 SE-DCD at Vidsel, sometime in the late 1960's.  Used for target tug duty and flare experiments for Svensk flygtjanst.  This aircraft is today on display at the Swedish Air Force Museum at Linkoping as 33025 Blue Erik. 

  • 33015 SE-DCA at Vidsel, right after Jindiivik guiding modification in 1960, this aircraft was later painted yellow and is today on display at Vidsel where it served as Jindivik missile guider.  This aircraft wears  in grey and green camo.

There are 6 pages of instructions that include 3 full views of each aircraft and sometimes a partial 4th view of the underside of the wings to show special decal placement. 

All the markings are included on 1 decal sheet and are very clearly printed with great looking colours.

This decal sheet will give you the option to add a De Havilland DH.112 Venom J-33 with very interesting markings to your display case.   

You can buy this decal sheet and many other items for Swedish aircraft models from Maestro Models Conversions.

Steve Bamford

      

Photos and text by Steve Bamford