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Tornado F.3
56(R) Sqn Firebirds RAF 2000 Display Aircraft
 

 

The Aviation Workshop
Premier Plus Decals

 

S u m m a r y

Catalogue Number and Scale: 1/72 MAS-729002
1/48 MAS-489002
Contents and Media: 1 x full sized decal sheet; two A4 sized full colour instructions
Price: GBP11.00 (1/48); GBP8.80 (1/72) available online from their website
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Attractive scheme; thin, flexible and strong; individually silk screen printed; perfect register; stencil data decals are included.
Disadvantages:  
Recommendation: Recommended

Reviewed by Mick Evans


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FirstLook

 

The Aviation Workshop Premier Plus Range Decals

The guys at the Aviation Workshop just keep pumping out great subjects, and I have been wondering for a while what scheme to do my Italeri Tornado F.3.

Well, now I have the answer.

The guys have done another great job on the artwork. Markings are supplied for the 2000 display aircraft with a red spine turning to flames engulfing the Squadron tail marking.

The aircraft is in the standard air superiority 2 tone grey scheme but looks very attractive with the red spine.

 

 

All the data decals required for this aircraft are all supplied on the one sheet and comprehensive colour 4 view plans are supplied. If further details are required a list of references is also supplied.

The decals are beautifully silk screen individually printed by colourslide. The colours are in perfect register with each roundel centre separate. They are very thin and flexible, but also very strong.

I highly recommend these decals to anyone wishing to build those out of the ordinary schemes.

Highly Recommended

Thanks to Aviation Workshop / Model Alliance (UK)  for the review sample


Model Alliance products are available online from the Aviation Workshop.


Review Copyright 2004 by Mick Evans
Page Created 13 March, 2004
Last updated 13 March, 2004

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