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"Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
1:144 "Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
Our Price: $5.00

This Corsair is a true veteran of the Korean War, serving with both VF884 (markings on the right) and VF653 (markings on the left). This stock appearing F4U-4 is owned and flown by Jim Tobul, and it can be seen at various airshows in the US. To make certain the white stays opaque, the white ink has been double-struck in this set. Look for detail photos of this gorgeous Corsair on our Flickr site. more info
Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
1:144 Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
Our Price: $5.00

In a Corsair scheme not seen since the late 1950s, John O’Connor’s recently overhauled F4U-7 N965CV / Bu133714, has been painted as an AU-1 which served with the Marines into the post-war gloss gull grey/white era. more info
"Lancer Two" F4U-4 Corsair
1:144 "Lancer Two" F4U-4 Corsair Reno 1968-69
Our Price: $5.00

"Lancer Two" was the first post-Cleveland Air Races Corsair to appear as a racer.  US Forestry Service pilot Eugene Akers flew this virtually stock F4U-4 Corsair, and was a stunning site to see.  Use Model Master Teal or Boyd Chezoom Teal for the paint match. more info
"Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
1:144 "Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
Our Price: $5.00

Navy test pilot Ron Puckett raced his F2G Super Corsair in the Thompson Trophy races of the late 1940s as "Race 18". In 1947 it had received relatively few racing modifications and wore an overall Navy blue scheme with orange nose and tail cone. more info
"Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
1:72 "Korean War Hero" F4U-4 Corsair
Our Price: $6.00

This Corsair is a true veteran of the Korean War, serving with both VF884 (markings on the right) and VF653 (markings on the left). This stock appearing F4U-4 is owned and flown by Jim Tobul, and it can be seen at various airshows in the US. To make certain the white stays opaque, the white ink has been double-struck in this set. Look for detail photos of this gorgeous Corsair on our Flickr site. more info
Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
1:72 Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
Our Price: $6.00

In a Corsair scheme not seen since the late 1950s, John O’Connor’s recently overhauled F4U-7 N965CV / Bu133714, has been painted as an AU-1 which served with the Marines into the post-war gloss gull grey/white era. more info
"Lancer Two" F4U-4 Corsair
1:72 "Lancer Two" F4U-4 Corsair Reno 1968-69
Our Price: $6.00

"Lancer Two" was the first post-Cleveland Air Races Corsair to appear as a racer.  US Forestry Service pilot Eugene Akers flew this virtually stock F4U-4 Corsair, and was a stunning site to see.  Use Model Master Teal or Boyd Chezoom Teal for the paint match. more info
"Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
1:72 "Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
Our Price: $6.00

Navy test pilot Ron Puckett raced his F2G Super Corsair in the Thompson Trophy races of the late 1940s as "Race 18". In 1947 it had received relatively few racing modifications and wore an overall Navy blue scheme with orange nose and tail cone. more info
Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
1:48 Gray and White F4U-7 N965CV
Our Price: $8.00

In a Corsair scheme not seen since the late 1950s, John O’Connor’s recently overhauled F4U-7 N965CV / Bu133714, has been painted as an AU-1 which served with the Marines into the post-war gloss gull grey/white era. more info
"Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
1:48 "Race 18" F2G N91092 1947
Our Price: $8.00

Navy test pilot Ron Puckett raced his F2G Super Corsair in the Thompson Trophy races of the late 1940s as "Race 18". In 1947 it had received relatively few racing modifications and wore an overall Navy blue scheme with orange nose and tail cone. more info
   
 
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