Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest news and specials!




Home > Aircraft Type > Grumman > Grumman Goose
Decals for the first Grumman monoplane, the Goose.  For the database of Goose knowledge, go to Goose Central for histories of each aircraft built.
Sort By:
Page of 5
Trans-Provincial Grumman Goose
1:144 Trans-Provincial Grumman Goose
Our Price: $5.00

Prince Rupert, British Columbia based Trans-Provincial operated this yellow Goose s/n 1077 between 1969 and 1980. This Goose was originally operated by the USCG as V-185, later on to Pacific Coastal where it still operates.
"Golden Nugget" Grumman Goose
1:144 Alaska Airlines "Golden Nugget" Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

After the purchase of Alaska Coastal Airlines in 1967, Alaska Airlines became a Grumman Goose operator. Alaska operated four different Grumman Gooses in the "Golden Nugget" scheme: N2751 and N4773C from 1967 until 1972, N1019N during 1968 as well as N4772C. N2751 was also painted in the "Totem Pole" scheme as depicted in our set Goose-9.  Use this set with the F-Toys Grumman Goose model kit.
1:144 Alaska Airlines "Totem Pole" Grumman Goose
1:144 Alaska Airlines "Totem Pole" Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

After the purchase of Alaska Coastal Airlines in 1967, Alaska Airlines became a Grumman Goose operator.  Alaska operated N2751 from 1967 until 1972 in both the "Totem" as well as the "Golden Nugget" schemes.  This set depicts the Totem scheme, see set Goose-1 for the Golden Nugget scheme.  Use this set with the F-Toys Grumman Goose model kit.
Avalon Air Transport Goose
1:144 Avalon Air Transport Goose
Our Price: $6.00

Avalon Air Transport started operations in 1953 with one Grumman Goose - N1503V.  Based at southern California's Long Beach Airport, they ran daily round trips to the Pebbly Beach seaplane ramp near Avalon on Catalina Island, CA

This decal sheet was inspired by a 1959 episode of “Sea Hunt” called “The Amphibian”   Mike is taking a group of divers out to an island for a days dive by seaplane.  The star of the show is the Goose, #5 – N1543V.  The pilot in this episode is called Dick Talbert. His real name is Dick Probert, the pilot and owner of Avalon Air Transport.  Use this set with the F-Toys Grumman Goose model kit.
Alaska Coastal Grumman Goose
1:144 Alaska Coastal Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

In 1962, Alaska Coastal Airlines of Juneau and Ellis Air Lines of Ketchikan merged. The merger produced the biggest Grumman Goose fleet in the world which included 19 "Geese."  Goose operations continued past the purchase of Alaska Coatal by Alaska Airlines, but all the amphibious operations were eventually phased out in the 1970's. This set depicts N79901 as it appeared in the full Alaska Coastal colors in the 1970s.
U.S. Army G-21A Grumman Goose, Wright Field 1937
1:144 U.S. Army G-21A Grumman Goose, Wright Field 1937
Our Price: $6.00

Yes, the US Army Air Corps did operate a Grumman Goose, and this set depicts G-21A Goose 1054 based at Wright Field in 1937.
US Naval Attache Oslo Norway Goose
1:144 US Naval Attache Oslo Norway Goose
Our Price: $6.00

The Naval attache at the US embassy in Oslo, Norway operated a small number of aircraft in the early 1950s.  Land-based aviation in Norway was rather limited at the time, and the US embassy is known to have operated both the Grumman HU-16 Albatross and the JRF-5 Goose for communication and liaison flights.  This particular Goose visited the Tromsoe area during the summer of 1950.
Swedish Goose
1:144 Swedish Goose
Our Price: $6.00

This was Sweden's only Grumman Goose operating from 1951 to 1961.  It was utilized on wheels or skis as an air ambulance.  It carried two sets of numbers - Yellow 31 and Black 60.
United States Coast Guard Grumman Goose
1:144 United States Coast Guard Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

This set depicts Grumman JRF-2 V176 which was one of 10 JRF-2 and -3s purchased by the US Coast Guard between 1939 and 1940.  These served through World War II and were disposed of shortly after the end of hostilities.
Trans-Provincial Grumman Goose
1:72 Trans-Provincial Grumman Goose
Our Price: $8.00

Prince Rupert, British Columbia based Trans-Provincial operated this yellow Goose s/n 1077 between 1969 and 1980. This Goose was originally operated by the USCG as V-185, later on to Pacific Coastal where it still operates.
   
 
Copyright ©  DRAW Decal. All Rights Reserved.
Built with Volusion