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NASA UH-1H Hueys
1:144 NASA UH-1H Hueys
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This set depicts the various Huey I and Huey IIs operated by NASA, including N420NA based at the Kennedy Space Center doing airborne patrol before launches. more info
1:72 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
1:72 US Navy VXE-6 Antarctic UH-1N Huey's
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Antarctic Development Squadron Six (VXE-6) operated on the continent of Antarctica - Earth's highest, driest, coldest, and windiest land mass -- as the United States Navy's only unit directly supporting the mission of polar research and scientific programs of the National Science Foundation. During the summer training cycle from March to September, the squadron is based at Naval Air Weapons Station, Point Mugu, California.  This set depicts the three UH-1N "Hueys" operated by VXE-6.  1:48 UH-1N "Gentle 15" model built by Terry Davis. more info
1:72 Multinational Force UH-1V Huey's
1:72 Multinational Force UH-1V Huey's
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The Multinational Force & Observers (MFO) is an independent international organization, with peacekeeping responsibilities in the Sinai.  Twelve nations (Australia, Canada, Colombia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of the Fiji Islands, France, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, the United States and Uruguay) contribute contingents to make up the MFO's Force. This decal depicts the two US Army UH-1V’s, 0-22541 and 0-25592, operated as part of the MFO.  The UH-1V is a permanent medivac conversion of the UH-1H. more info
"Flying Red Horse" P-63 NX63231
1:144 "Flying Red Horse" P-63 NX63231
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Chuck Tucker's P-63 N63231 competed in the 1946 Transcontinental races in this simple sponsored scheme.  This King Cobra has clipped wings with drop tanks added at the shortened tips. more info
"Tipsy Miss" P-63
1:144 "Tipsy Miss" P-63
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John Sandberg raced his P-63 "Tipsy Miss" at Reno for a number of years during the mid-1970s. more info
Soviet "White 53" P-63 N62822
1:144 Soviet "White 53" P-63 N62822
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The Fighter Collection, based at Duxford, UK, operated P-63 King Cobra N62822 in this Soviet scheme from 1988 until it was destroyed in a fatal accident in 1990. more info
"Easter Egg Race 30" P-63
1:144 "Easter Egg Race 30" P-63
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Chuck Tucker's modified his cross-country racer for pylon racing by clipping the wings to a little under 29 feet span. In 1949 it raced in this "Easter Egg" purple scheme. more info
"King Cobra" P-63
1:144 "King Cobra" P-63
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Bell P-63 King Cobra N62822 adopted the name "King Cobra" during the 1980s but retained the majority of its previous racing modifications and bright red scheme. more info
"What Price Speed?" P-63C
1:144 "What Price Speed?" P-63C
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After John Sandberg sold his P-63 racer it became "What Price Speed", retaining its characteristic bright red paint scheme and most of its other markings. more info
"Cobra I" P-39Q 1946 Thompson Trophy Race
1:144 "Cobra I" P-39Q 1946 Thompson Trophy Race
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Tragedy struck this P-39Q and its pilot Jack Woolams prior to the 1946 Thompson Trophy race, thus enabling sistership Cobra II raced by Tex Johnson to win the race uncontested by Cobra I.  This virtually stock in appearance P-39Q was bright red with black trim. more info
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