USAAC P-6E Decal Sheet #1

Published: November 30th, 2014     
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Reviewed by: Dave Morrissette - IPMS# 33653
Scale: 1/48
Price: $12.95
Product / Stock #: 48-084
Product provided by: Yellow-Wings Decals

Yellow Wings has been producing superb decals for the time frame 1930 to 1941 for a while now. They are well researched and well printed and they specialize in very bright and exciting schemes.

This set is specifically designed for the Lindberg kit and contains two options for the United States Army Air Corps.

  • Curtiss P-6E, 32-277 94th Pursuit Squadron, Selfridge Filed, MI, 1930
  • Curtiss P-6E, 33rd Pursuit Squadron, Virginia Beach Summer Camp, 1934

Their are decals to represent both planes and are perfectly in register and very colorful. One is blue/yellow and the other is olive drab/yellow. Included in the instructions are full color views of the planes with specifications for the plane, antennae placement and location of the decals. Another sheet defines the colors with references to several brands of paint and a history on the other side with color history also.

This set is superb and is printed by Microscale so their decal system will work well. It is really nice to see decal sheets issued for some of these older kits and especially in this era. Highly recommended.

My thanks to Yellow Wings and IPMS/USA for the chance to review them.

  • Cover
  • Decals
  • Option 1
    Option 1
  • Option 2
    Option 2

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