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How about something desperately needed? I get requests all the time for "correct" Phantom stencils, because so much of what is out there is fiction. This 1/32 sheet includes all the maintenance stencils for Phantoms from the late 1980s through the end of USAF ops in 1996. It includes markings specific to the F-4C, F-4D, F-4E, F-4G, and RF-4C in USAF service, covering SEA wraparound, Euro 1, and Hill Gray schemes. It also includes markings for fuel tanks and weapons pylons, a variety of walkway colors and styles, and correctly sized low voltage formation strip lights.

Look for this very, very shortly.

http: www.reidairpublishing.com

 

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Sorry Jake, Photobucket killed your post... Time to move your pics elsewhere?

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I believe so.  What a  pain in the nuts.

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Pics of the sheet are on the Reid Air Publications Facebook page.

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I expect these to return from Cartograf on Monday or Tuesday, so I should be able to ship by Wednesday.  I will turn on the ordering links as soon as soon I check the quality of the printing.

This sheet includes stencil markings for the F-4C, F-4D, F-4E, RF-4C, and F-4G in 1/32.  It is applicable to mid-1980s and later, as it applies to the SEA wraparound, Euro 1, and Hill I/II gray camouflage schemes.  

Since these markings varied so much from squadron to squadron, and even jet to jet, I tried to include a variety of styles/fonts/sizes of the most common types of stencils.  

Order at www.reidairpublishing.com

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NOW Shipping!!

 

www.reidairpublishing.com

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Any updates on the F-4 white stencils in 1/32, Jake? A catalogue number, even.

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32013

 

They should be back from the printers this summer.  

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