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PYN-up Decals Girls on Ponies. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. P-51D-5-NA, 20 FG, 55 FS, flying girl artwork, Lt. Moon Mullins; P-51D-20-NA, 4th FG, 334 FS, Sweet Arlene, Lt. Arthur R. Bowers, February 22, 1945. The cool thing about these two nose art subjects is that the specialized PYN-up printing technology results in an eye-catching look for your model.

$29.97
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Yoxford Boys Mustangs #3. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. First is P-51-15-NA, "Frenesi," C5*N, 364 FS, 357 FG, 44-13318, flown by Lt Col Tom Hayes. The second subject is P-51D-10-NA, "Old Crow," 44-14450, Capt. Clarence ‘Bud’ Anderson, 362nd FS, 357th FG. Both aircraft wore field-applied camouflage, probably RAF Dark Green (see the instructions for a much longer discussion on the colors). NOTE THE TWO AIRCRAFT HAD SLIGHLY DIFFERENT NOSE BANDS AND WE GIVE YOU THE CORRECT BAND FOR EACH BIRD.

$19.97
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P-51 Big Stud Ponies Part 1. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. First is P-51D-20-NA, 44-63607, Lt. Col. Glenn Eagleston (16.5 confirmed kills in WW II & two MiG-15 kills in Korea), FT*L, 353rd FS, 354th FG, including a very accurate swooping eagle insignia based on extremely good photos (and QUITE different from the marking the Trumpeter kit). The second is P-51D-20-NA, Man O’ War, 44-14292, Col. Claiborne "Zoot" Kinnard, QP*A, 355th FG, displaying 15 kills on the canopy frame.

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PYN-up Decals Stunning ‘Stangs P-51s #2. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. This set features two Yoxford Boys P-51Ds and our remarkable PYN-up nose art decals. First is the very famous P-51D-5-NA, 44-13691, "Passion Wagon," G4*A, 362 FS/357 FG, 1944. We’ve included TWO VARIATIONS in the markings to correctly portray the ship when it was flown first by Lt. Arval Roberson and also when it was flown later by Capt Clarence Weaver. Interesting note on the nose art: we had a couple of pretty good photos to work from, but both were taken at fairly acute angles so we had to extrapolate the exact shape of the artwork. Long after the decal was produced, I came across an excellent photo showing the nose art from a near 90 degree angle (boy, I woulda killed for that pic while we were working on our artwork because it would have saved many, many hours of hard work). The best news is that we got the shape right; I’ll publish the photo in an upcoming book so you can see what I mean. The second Mustang is less well known, but carried extremely large (for a P-51) and well-done nose art. This ship is P-51D-10-NA, "Temptation," 357 FG/362 FS, Lt Matthew Martin, Leiston, England, Late 1944.

$34.97
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P-51D Big Stud Ponies Part 2. MULTIPLE SHEET SET. First is the P-51D flown by Robin Olds, "SCAT VII" in the correct ORANGE color (not red as sometimes depicted) with 21 kill markings, L2*W, 434th FS, 479TH FG. NOTE: this artwork was based on Gen Olds photos and confirmed for us by Gen Olds. The second is the P-51D-5-NA, "Happy Jack’s Go Buggy," MC*O with the correct mixture of code letters and kill markings, flown by Jack M. Ilfrey, 79th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF, 1944. The markings on this bird evolved over time and have confused many artists and decal companies. Ilfrey’s markings on his ‘D’ evolved over time. In most cases, it has been shown incorrectly with early cowl markings and late fuselage markings. When it had the mission markings and red/yellow name on the cowl is was coded MC-O. Later, it had the 20th FG’s black & White cowl stripes added covering the previous cowl markings, and the name was repainted in black/yellow. Around this time the aircraft code was changed from ‘O’ to ‘I’, with the ‘O’ being painted out with a light gray paint.

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