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"Little Nugget" Hellcat Racer
1:144 "Little Nugget" Hellcat Racer
Our Price: $5.00

While never raced, this Hellcat was owned by the colorful owner of Alaska Airlines during the early 1970s.  This decal is printed on the ALPS with beautiful true metallic gold ink.
Blue Angels Hellcats
1:144 Blue Angels Hellcats (Set Letters Two Aircraft)
Our Price: $5.00

The F6F-5 Hellcat was the first airplane flown by the Blue Angels in 1946, and Blue Angel 1 was flown by Lt. Commander Voris, the team leader.  This decal is printed on the ALPS printer using the metallic gold ink to simulate the gold leaf which was used on these Hellcats.  This set will letter two of the gorgeous Platz Hellcats.
Blue Angels Hellcats
1:72 Blue Angels Hellcats
Our Price: $5.00

The F6F-5 Hellcat was the first airplane flown by the Blue Angels in 1946, and Blue Angel 1 was flown by Lt. Commander Voris, the team leader.  This decal is printed on the ALPS printer using the metallic gold ink to simulate the gold leaf which was used on these Hellcats.
Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb"
1:72 Blue Angels "Beetle Bomb" Bearcat
Our Price: $5.00

The Bearcat was the second aircraft type the Blue Angels used, utilizing the F8F-1 between 1946 and 1950.  As an  "adversary " for the Blues,  a T-6 was used until 1949, later replaced by this F8F-1 called  "Beetle Bomb. "
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.
"Smirnoff" F8F-2 Bearcat
1:72 "Smirnoff" F8F-2 Bearcat
Our Price: $5.00

Mira Slovak flew this all white F8F-2 Bearcat to victory in the very first Reno unlimited race in 1964.  Mira Slovak defected from Czechoslovakia on March 23rd 1953 as a CSA Airlines captain flying his C-47 to freedom in West Germany.  Living in the US, Mira made his living as a crop duster, then went on to race unlimited hydroplanes before being asked to fly this Bearcat owned by Bill Stead in the very first Reno air races.
"Smirnoff" F8F-2 Bearcat
1:144 "Smirnoff" F8F-2 Bearcat
Our Price: $5.00

Mira Slovak flew this all white F8F-2 Bearcat to victory in the very first Reno unlimited race in 1964.  Mira Slovak defected from Czechoslovakia on March 23rd 1953 as a CSA Airlines captain flying his C-47 to freedom in West Germany.  Living in the US, Mira made his living as a crop duster, then went on to race unlimited hydroplanes before being asked to fly this Bearcat owned by Bill Stead in the very first Reno air races.
Aerial Applicators TBM Avenger Fire Bombers
1:144 Aerial Applicators TBM Avenger Fire Bombers
Our Price: $5.00

Used between 1966 and 1972, Aerial Applicators Inc. of Salt Lake City, Utah operated three Grumman TBMs as aerial fire fighters in the western United States.   Use this set with the 1:144 Minicraft TBM kit and a scratch-built tank.
Hemet Valley TBM Avenger Fire Bombers
1:144 Hemet Valley TBM Avenger Fire Bombers
Our Price: $5.00

Used between 1965 and 1973, Hemet Valley Flying Service operated three TBMs as aerial fire fighters in the western United States.  Use this set with the 1:72 Minicraft TBM kit and a scratch-built tank.
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.
   
 
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