F-16C Florida Makos Shark Attack Decal Set

Published: August 17th, 2011     
Decal Set Packaging
Decal Set Packaging
Reviewed by: 
Robert Folden, IPMS# 45545
Scale: 1/48
Company: Twobobs Aviation Graphics
Price: $14.00
Product / Stock #: 48-226

First let me start off by saying if you have never bought/used a set of TwoBobs decals, you are missing out! Twobobs Aviation Graphics are the makers of some of the best, and arguably most interesting, decals sets.  They like to tackle the rarer paint schemes and the new Florida Makos set is no exception.

The set includes marking/choices for 4 aircraft of the 482nd Fighter Wing out of Homestead, Florida [otherwise known as the Florida Makos]. Not only do you get three standard aircraft, but they have also included the Commanding Officer's plane. The set allows you to mark up two full aircraft, so you can easily do the CO plane and one other. The markings are beautifully done, with very little film around the edges, and bright colorful printing. The artwork features the signature Mako sharks in some of the best printing I've seen in decals. TwoBobs has also gone the extra mile to include weapons decals and alternate decals for the different F-16 kits available.

TwoBobs has done another great job with this decal set. These sharks will make a great addition to the Falcon/Viper collection. My thanks to TwoBobs for providing the review sample and to IPMS USA for allowing me to review it.

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    Decal sheet 1
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