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Hamilton Standard Prop Logos
1:72 Hamilton Standard Prop Logos
Our Price: $2.00

60 Hamilton Standard propeller logos
McDermott Contractors Grumman Widgeon
1:72 McDermott Contractors Grumman Widgeon
Our Price: $5.00

This Grumman Widgeon was one of three flying for the McDermott Construction company in New Orleans, LA, working in oil and gas exploration around 1955.  Aviation headquarters were based at the old Alvin Callender field in Belle Chasse, Louisiana.
Hamilton Standard Prop Logos with Data Blocks
1:72 Hamilton Standard Prop Logos with Data Blocks
Our Price: $5.00

This decal includes 92 Hamilton Standard propeller logos with the yellow data block
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.
1:72 Northwest L-10A Electras
1:72 Northwest L-10A Electras
Our Price: $8.00

Set for the Special Hobby L-10 Electra in 1/72 scale.  Look for a full build article by Frank Cuden in issue 10 of Aerospace Modeller magazine.
1:72 TWA L-12 Electra Junior
1:72 TWA L-12 Electra Junior
Our Price: $8.00

In 1940, Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc. (TWA) purchased their President Jack Frye a Lockheed 12A "Electra Junior" as his personal transport.  The L-12A was used by Jack Frye up to December 1944 when it was replaced by a larger and more luxurious L-18 Lodestar.
1:72 Northwest L-14 Super Electras
1:72 Northwest L-14 Super Electras
Our Price: $8.00

Decal is designed to fit the Special Hobby L-14 kit in 1:72 scale.  The aircraft is finished in a natural metal finish.  The L-14H  "Super Electra " was introduced at Northwest in 1937, and the fleet  eventually included 11 aircraft.  Powered by Pratt and Whitney 850hp Hornets, the type could carry up to 12 passengers at 223 mph.
1:72 Northwest Airlines L-9D Orion
1:72 Northwest Airlines L-9D Orion
Our Price: $8.00

Northwest operated three L-9D Orions during the thirties, and #50 was the most photographed.  It ended up flying as a fighter for the Spanish Republican Air Force, and it was shot down in 1937.  NWA???s Orions were glossy white overall, with gloss black areas on the upper wing as shown.  Some photos show #50 with a three-bladed propeller.  This decal is designed to fit the 1/72 Special Hobby kit which already has a decal with NWA markings on it, but they are grossly wrong (things like red on top of the wing, wrong stripes, etc.).
1:72 American Export Airlines PBY-2 Catalina
1:72 American Export Airlines PBY-2 Catalina
Our Price: $8.00

American Export Airlines (AEA), was founded in April 1937 as a subsidiary of the shipping company American Export Lines. Transatlantic surveys were flown with this Consolidated PBY-2 flying boat up until 1944.
Northwest S-38 Flying Yachts
1:72 Northwest S-38 Flying Yachts
Our Price: $8.00

Northwest operated two S-38s amphibians between Duluth and Minneapolis/St.Paul from 1931 to 1935.  The city of Duluth lacked a regular airport, so its boat harbor on Lake Superior was used.
   
 
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