#48010 1/48 scale Decal Sheet
#72033 1/72 scale Decal sheet
Review by Steve Bamford
Do you like "Tiger" Schemes? Or are you a Hot Rodder at heart that likes applying a "Flame Job" to things? Well this decal sheet just may be your salvation. This sheet comes with 4 different decal options, with decal option #3 being the most unique and striking in appearance.
The first decal option is a Su-17M4R Fitter K with the 827th Independant Recce Aviation Regiment of the Ukrainian Air Force out of Limanskoye AB in 1995. The paint scheme is Dark Green (FS 34079), Dark Brown (FS 30108) and Brown Yellow (FS 33448) on top and Light Blue (FS 35526) on the underside.
The second decal option is a Su-22M4 Fitter K with the 6th Bomber-Regiment, Polish Airforce out of Pila AB in 1994. The paint scheme is Green (FS 34230), Dark Green (FS 34088), Light Brown (FS 30252), Dark Red Brown on top and Light Sea Blue (FS 35450) on the underside.
The third decal option is a Su-22M4 Fitter K with the 77th Bomber-Regiment, East German Airforce with Tiger Scheme applied for the last flight in LSK/NVA service; Laage A.B. in September27th 1990. The paint scheme is Dark Green (FS 34079), Dark Brown (FS 30108), Mid Green (FS 34226). The are 3 large stripes on the top of the fuselage that are Chrome Yellow (FS 23655), Red (FS 21086) and /dark Blue (FS 25095). The fuel tanks are painted Lemon Yellow (FS 23591) and have Tiger scheme decals applied to them. On the nose is a large mouth (Tigers Mouth?) and on the aft sides of the Fuselage is a Hot Rodder flame job. The underside is Light Blue Grey (FS 34277.
The fourth decal option is a Su-22M4 Fitter K with the Military Trials Unit WTD 61 of the German Airforce out of Manching AB in 1994. The paint scheme is Dark Green (FS 34079), Mid Green (FS 34226) and Sand (FS30257). The fuel tanks are Aluminum in colour. The underside is Light Blue Grey (FS 34277.
The printing of this decal sheet is crisp and in register.
(resolution of decal sheet has been reduced to 75 DPI protect the art work)
since June 16/2001
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