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WW2 Soviet AFV paint set

WW2 Soviet AFV paint set

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS095 Disponibile

WW2 Soviet AFV paint set   Standard colours of Soviet military vehicles during WW2   In a common belief all Soviet AFVs of WW2 wore single-colour olive-green livery. In reality the Soviet Army experimented with camouflaging its vehicles since mid-1930s, which led to first instructions issued already in 1939 (introducing a complex system of four geographical theatres with own camouflage patterns / colours). However as only three colours were accessible by 1941 – 4BO Green, 6K Dark Brown and 7K Sand – usage of those in 45-55%, 15-30% and 15-30% proportion was finally approved by the end of 1941. Due to war time economy limitations, till 1943 majority of equipment continued to be finished in one of the greens (4BO, ZK or ZO). Only in 1944-45 use of three-colour camouflage became more common.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B246 – Dark Moss Green (ZB AU) – Exact match with ZB AU Green, between 1937-39 an official base colour of Soviet military vehicles. Later a primer paint HTK-B251 – 4BO Protective Green – Since 1939 an official base colour of all Soviet military vehicles and other military equipment (used well into mid-1950s) HTK-B316 – ZO Protective Green – Alternative to 4BO paint, often used as a base colour on camouflaged Soviet AFVs and on various auxiliary equipment HTK-B317 – Dark Brown 6K – Used over green base (4BO, ZK or ZO) in two- or three-colour camouflage schemes of selected Soviet military vehicles HTK-B318 – Sand 7K – Used over green base (4BO, ZK or ZO) in two- or three-colour camouflage schemes of selected Soviet military vehicles HTK-A153 – Washable (temporary) matt paint – Used to cover selected areas in improvised winter camouflage of various Soviet vehicles.    

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WW2 Imperial Japanese Army AFV paint set

WW2 Imperial Japanese Army AFV paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS069 Disponibile

WW2 Imperial Japanese Army AFV paint set   Standard colours of Japanese Army vehicles from 1937 till 1945   The Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) until 1942 (according to most sources) used a colorful camo consisting of IJA Khaki (base colour) with disruptive shapes of IJA Tea Brown (to some extent also used as a base colour), IJA Olive Green and IJA Earth Brown. Many vehicles also wore a yellow disruptive stripe (usually claimed to be a bright yellow, but recently sources suggest that this was more pale IJA Parched Grass – both included in the set), sometimes with black outline. Starting in 1942, the IJA transitioned to a simpler and more standardized set of colors – a new base khaki color (IJA Parched Grass) with disruptive shapes of IJA Grass Green (mostly used on South Pacific) or late IJA Olive Green and IJA Earth Brown.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B240 – IJA Khaki – IJA Khaki (Khaki-iro), base colour in early IJA scheme (1937-42), used on various types of AFVs HTK-B241 – IJA Tea Brown – IJA Tea Brown (Cha-iro), used for disruptive shapes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42) HTK-B242 – IJA Olive Green – IJA Olive Green (Midori-iro), used for disruptive shapes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42) HTK-B107 – Signal Yellow – Used for disruptive stripes in early IJA camouflage scheme (1937-42) on various types of AFVs HTK-B243 – IJA Parched Grass – IJA Parched Grass (Karekusa-iro), base colour in late IJA scheme (1943-45), used on various AFVs HTK-B168 – Dark Brown – Exact match with IJA Earth Brown (Tochi-iro), used in both early and late IJA schemes HTK-B169 – Green – Exact match with IJA Grass Green (Kusa-iro), used in late IJA camouflage scheme (1943-45) HTK-B065 – Olive Drab – Close match with IJA Olive Green (late), used for disruptive shapes in late IJA scheme (1943-45).

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USMC AV-8 paint set (early schemes)

USMC AV-8 paint set (early schemes)

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS063 Disponibile

USMC AV-8 paint set (early schemes)   Standard colours of Harrier fleet in USMC service from 1970s till 1990s.   AV-8As entered service with USMC in 1971 wearing Dark Green / Gunship Grey over Light Gull Grey pattern. In early 1980s, parallel to introduction of AV-8Bs (and modification of A variant to C standard), new colours were introduced – Extra Dark Green and Dark Blue-Grey (firstly on upper surfaces, later in wrap-around scheme). During the Operation Desert Storm the „Land Camo” was regarded as ineffective in desert conditions and field-repainting of AV-8Bs was ordered (mostly with paints available in neighbouring units) – either by covering only the dark green patches of camo or by repainting of overall aircraft.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C016 – Dark Green – FS34079, used for upper surfaces in initial camouflage of USMC AV-8As from start of their service in 1971 till late-1970s HTK-C031 – Gunship Grey – FS36118, used for upper surfaces in initial camouflage of USMC AV-8As from start of their service in 1971 till late-1970s HTK-C048 – Light Gull Grey – FS36440, used for lower surfaces of AV-8As. Later used on AV-8B/Cs in „Land Camo Scheme” (1980s-90s) HTK-C232 – Extra Dark Green – FS34064, briefly used for upper surfaces of AV-8As. Later used on AV-8B/Cs in „Land Camo Scheme” (1980s-90s) HTK-C235 – Dark Blue-Grey – FS36099, briefly used for upper surfaces of AV-8As. Later used on AV-8B/Cs in „Land Camo Scheme” (1980s-90s) HTK-A153 – Temporary White – Washable (temporary) matt paint used to cover the green areas in improvised winter camouflage of AV-8A/Cs HTK-C037 – Light Ghost Grey – FS36375, used in temporary camouflage (covering „green” patches) of USMC AV-8Bs during war over Iraq (ODS) HTK-C046 – Medium Grey – FS35237, closest match to field-mixed colour used during ODS on VMA-231 AV-8Bs (wrap-around with FS36375).

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USAF, USN & USMC paint set (modern greys)

USAF, USN & USMC paint set (modern greys)

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS044 Disponibile

USAF, USN & USMC paint set (modern greys)   Standard camouflage colours of US aircraft from late 1970s to present   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B037 – Light Ghost Grey – FS36375, widely used on USN / USMC aircraft, also on some USAF planes incl. A-10A/Cs and F-16s (tri-colour) HTK-B035 – Dark Ghost Grey – FS36320, widely used on USN / USMC aircraft (incl. tri-colour AV-8B Harrier IIs) and USAF A-10A/C Thunderbolt IIs HTK-B031 – Gunship Grey – FS36118, used on USAF F-4C/D/E/Gs in „Hill One” scheme and on F-16s. Also on USMC AV-8Bs (tri and two-colour) HTK-B054 – Grey – FS36270, used on USAF F-4C/D/E/Gs in so-called „Hill One” pattern and F-16s in tri and two colour painting schemes HTK-B046 – Medium Grey – FS35237, used on USN / USMC aircraft incl. AV-8B (two-colour) and on top areas of early F/A-18A/B, A-6 and F-14 HTK-B044 – Dark Gull Grey – FS36231, used after Operation Desert Storm in mid-life (tri-colour) painting schemes of USMC AV-8B Harrier IIs HTK-B050 – Light Grey – FS36495, used between 1980-83 on lower surfaces of F/A-18A/B Hornets of USN / USMC (in early painting scheme) HTK-B058 – Have Glass Grey – FS36170, used in „Have Glass 5” scheme of USAF F-16C/D and F-35 Lightning II variants of USAF, USMC and USN.

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Satin Lacquer Clear Coat

Satin Lacquer Clear Coat

€ 5,00

Cod. HTK-XP08-17 Disponibile

Satin Lacquer Clear Coat 17ml

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Russian AF Helicopters paint set vol. 1

Russian AF Helicopters paint set vol. 1

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS086 Disponibile

Russian AF Helicopters paint set vol. 1   Standard colours of Russian AF helicopters since 2010   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C230 – Dark Grey – Overall colour (2010-14) of freshly painted modern Russian AF helicopters, including Ka-52, Mi-28, Mi-24/35, Mi-8/17, Mi-26   HTK-C296 – Faded Eggplant Grey – Used to achieve faded colour of weathered modern Russian AF helicopters, including Ka-52, Mi-28, Mi-24/35, Mi-8/17, Mi-26   HTK-C150 – Blue-Green – The best match for colour of nose-cone of Russian AF Ka-52s in both 2-colour camouflage and dark grey overall livery   HTK-C293 – Extra Light Blue – Colour of optoelectronic targeting pods of Russian AF attack helicopters (Ka-52, Mi-35M). Also used on gunpad of Mi-28N   HTK-C294 – Mustard – Colour of optoelectronic targeting pod of Russian AF Mi-28s. Also standard colour of armament of all attack helicopters   HTK-C155 – Air Superiority Blue – Since 2014 used for lower surfaces of various Russian AF helicopters, including Ka-52, Mi-28, Mi-8/17, Mi-24/35 and Mi-26   HTK-C085 – Khaki Green – Since 2014 used for upper surfaces of various Russian AF helicopters, including Ka-52, Mi-28, Mi-8/17, Mi-24/35 and Mi-26   HTK-C295 – Medium Tan – Since 2014 used for upper surfaces of various Russian AF helicopters, including Ka-52, Mi-28, Mi-8/17, Mi-24/35 and Mi-26.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS097 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5   Standard colours of RAF V-bombers since the 1950s   Since the early 1950s until the end of the Cold War the RAF operated a fleet of „nuclear delivery aircraft” – high altitude, high speed bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons deep into enemy territory. Commonly known as the „V-bombers” they included the Vickers Valiant (introduced in 1954, the first to drop a nuclear bomb), the Handley Page Victor (introduced in 1957) and the Avro Vulcan (introduced in the same year). Most of the early days service saw the Valiant wear an overall aluminium livery; soon (1957) it was replaced by a so-called „anti-flash white” paint (gloss bright white when freshly applied, weathering quickly towards a very light pearl grey). A change of tactics to low-level penetration in 1964, led to gradual application of camouflage to the whole V-bomber fleet.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C003 – Silver – Overall colour of the RAF „nuclear delivery fleet” in the early / testing period. Also used on Vickers Valiants during Suez Crisis in 1956 HTK-C322 – RAF Anti-Flash White – Since 1957 the overall colour of the nuclear delivery fleet (also of the TSR2 prototypes). Later on lower sufraces of camouflaged planes HTK-C141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used since the mid-1960s on upper surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and in wraparound camo of Vulcan HTK-C143 – BS Dark Green – BS381C:641, used since the mid-1960s on upper surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and in wraparound camo of Vulcan HTK-C217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, used since mid-1960s on the lower surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and of the Victor tankers (in Hemp) HTK-C144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, used on the lower surfaces of RAF Avro Vulcan during Operation „Black Buck” (during the Falklands / Malvinas conflict) HTK-C262 – BS Camouflage Beige – BS381C:389, also known as „Hemp”, used in the 1980s/90s on upper surfaces of air-to-air refuelling Handley Page Victors (over LAG) HTK-C100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, standard colour of anti-glare panels on various aircraft, including the RAF V-bombers fleet.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS097 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 5   Since the early 1950s until the end of the Cold War the RAF operated a fleet of „nuclear delivery aircraft” – high altitude, high speed bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons deep into enemy territory. Commonly known as the „V-bombers” they included the Vickers Valiant (introduced in 1954, the first to drop a nuclear bomb), the Handley Page Victor (introduced in 1957) and the Avro Vulcan (introduced in the same year). Most of the early days service saw the Valiant wear an overall aluminium livery; soon (1957) it was replaced by a so-called „anti-flash white” paint (gloss bright white when freshly applied, weathering quickly towards a very light pearl grey). A change of tactics to low-level penetration in 1964, led to gradual application of camouflage to the whole V-bomber fleet.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B003 – Silver – Overall colour of the RAF „nuclear delivery fleet” in the early / testing period. Also used on Vickers Valiants during Suez Crisis in 1956 HTK-B322 – RAF Anti-Flash White – Since 1957 the overall colour of the nuclear delivery fleet (also of the TSR2 prototypes). Later on lower sufraces of camouflaged planes HTK-B141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used since the mid-1960s on upper surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and in wraparound camo of Vulcan HTK-B143 – BS Dark Green – BS381C:641, used since the mid-1960s on upper surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and in wraparound camo of Vulcan HTK-B217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, used since mid-1960s on the lower surfaces in low level strike scheme of the V-bombers and of the Victor tankers (in Hemp) HTK-B144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, used on the lower surfaces of RAF Avro Vulcan during Operation „Black Buck” (during the Falklands / Malvinas conflict) HTK-B262 – BS Camouflage Beige – BS381C:389, also known as „Hemp”, used in the 1980s/90s on upper surfaces of air-to-air refuelling Handley Page Victors (over LAG) HTK-B100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, standard colour of anti-glare panels on various aircraft, including the RAF V-bombers fleet.    

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-CS085 Disponibile

  Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4   Standard colours of RAF aerobatic and test aircraft since 1950s   The Royal Air Force is world-famous not only due to it’s combat achievements, but also thanks to supreme quality of it’s aerobatic / display teams. Since 1950s the most important teams included: The Black Arrows (formed in 1956, the RAF’s premier team until 1961, flying Hawker Hunter), The Yellowjacks (formed in RAF Valley in 1963, existed till 1965, flying Folland Gnat) and the famous Red Arrows (officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, formed in late 1964 at RAF Fairford, part of the Central Flying School, flying Folland Gnat till 1979, since then BAe Hawk T1). Apart from the colours used by the above mentioned teams, this paint set also covers the unique „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft flown by ETPS, A&AEE and RAE.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, overall colour of Hunters of RAF Black Arrows aerobatic team (No. 111 Squadron RAF) HTK-C290 – BS Lemon Yellow – BS381C:355, overall colour of Folland Gnats of RAF Yellowjacks aerobatic team, part of No 4 Flying Training School HTK-C291 – BS Cherry Red – BS381C:538, also called Post Office Red or Roundel Red. Overall colour of Folland Gnats of Red Arrows (until 1979) HTK-C276 – BS Signal Red – BS381C:537, current Red Arrows colour. Also used for fuselage stripes, tail and wingtips in „Raspberry Ripple” livery HTK-C101 – Traffic White – Used for upper body and wings in so-called „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE HTK-C292 – BS Oxford Blue – BS381C:105, used for lower fuselage in „Raspberry Ripple” painting of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS085 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 4   Standard colours of RAF aerobatic and test aircraft since 1950s   The Royal Air Force is world-famous not only due to it’s combat achievements, but also thanks to supreme quality of it’s aerobatic / display teams. Since 1950s the most important teams included: The Black Arrows (formed in 1956, the RAF’s premier team until 1961, flying Hawker Hunter), The Yellowjacks (formed in RAF Valley in 1963, existed till 1965, flying Folland Gnat) and the famous Red Arrows (officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, formed in late 1964 at RAF Fairford, part of the Central Flying School, flying Folland Gnat till 1979, since then BAe Hawk T1). Apart from the colours used by the above mentioned teams, this paint set also covers the unique „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft flown by ETPS, A&AEE and RAE.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, overall colour of Hunters of RAF Black Arrows aerobatic team (No. 111 Squadron RAF) HTK-B290 – BS Lemon Yellow – BS381C:355, overall colour of Folland Gnats of RAF Yellowjacks aerobatic team, part of No 4 Flying Training School HTK-B291 – BS Cherry Red – BS381C:538, also called Post Office Red or Roundel Red. Overall colour of Folland Gnats of Red Arrows (until 1979) HTK-B276 – BS Signal Red – BS381C:537, current Red Arrows colour. Also used for fuselage stripes, tail and wingtips in „Raspberry Ripple” livery HTK-B101 – Traffic White – Used for upper body and wings in so-called „Raspberry Ripple” livery of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE HTK-B292 – BS Oxford Blue – BS381C:105, used for lower fuselage in „Raspberry Ripple” painting of British test aircraft of ETPS, A&AEE and RAE.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS070 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3   Standard colours of RAF training aircraft since 1950s   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C003 – Silver – Also known as „High Speed Silver”, overall colour of RAF trainers until 1966 (with yellow or day-glo orange elements)   HTK-C194 – Luminous Orange – Also known as „Day-Glo Orange”, used on RAF trainers for high-visibility markings over Silver or LAG airframe colour   HTK-C217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, overall colour of RAF trainers after 1966 (with day-glo parts). Later used for wings in „tricolor scheme”   HTK-C101 – Traffic White – Used on RAF trainers in „tricolor scheme” for upper body and tail (early-1970s to 1990) and fuselage stripe (till 1998)   HTK-C276 – BS Signal Red – BS381C:537, used for lower fuselage and wingtips of RAF training aircraft in „tricolor scheme” (early-1970s to 1998)   HTK-C277 – BS Roundel Blue – BS381C:110, used for aircraft spine and tail of RAF training aircraft in modified „tricolour scheme” (from 1990 to 1998)   HTK-C100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, since 1998 overall colour of RAF trainers (BAe Hawk, Short Tucano and helicopters)   HTK-C275 – BS Golden Yellow – BS381C:356, in 1950s for „training bands” on RAF trainers. Engine cowling colour of training helis after 1998.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS070 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3   Standard colours of RAF training aircraft since 1950s   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B003 – Silver – Also known as „High Speed Silver”, overall colour of RAF trainers until 1966 (with yellow or day-glo orange elements)   HTK-B194 – Luminous Orange – Also known as „Day-Glo Orange”, used on RAF trainers for high-visibility markings over Silver or LAG airframe colour   HTK-B217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, overall colour of RAF trainers after 1966 (with day-glo parts). Later used for wings in „tricolor scheme”   HTK-B101 – Traffic White – Used on RAF trainers in „tricolor scheme” for upper body and tail (early-1970s to 1990) and fuselage stripe (till 1998)   HTK-B276 – BS Signal Red – BS381C:537, used for lower fuselage and wingtips of RAF training aircraft in „tricolor scheme” (early-1970s to 1998)   HTK-B277 – BS Roundel Blue – BS381C:110, used for aircraft spine and tail of RAF training aircraft in modified „tricolour scheme” (from 1990 to 1998)   HTK-B100 – Jet Black / Night – Exact match with BS381C:642, since 1998 overall colour of RAF trainers (BAe Hawk, Short Tucano and helicopters)   HTK-B275 – BS Golden Yellow – BS381C:356, in 1950s for „training bands” on RAF trainers. Engine cowling colour of training helis after 1998.

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS073 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2   Standard colours of RAF aircraft from 1950s till 1990s   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C003 – Silver – Also known as „High Speed Silver”, overall colour of early-postwar RAF jets (till mid-1950s). Later (till 1966) used on lower surfaces   HTK-C207 – BS PRU Blue – BS381C:636, colour of lower surfaces of RAF fighters stationed in continental Europe in 1950s (with DG+DSG on upper surfaces)   HTK-C143 – BS Dark Green – BS381C:641, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s   HTK-C144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s   HTK-C141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used on RAF bombers (MSG+DG/White or HSS or LAG). Also on Meteor NFs (DG+DSG/MSG or DG+MSG/MSG)   HTK-C217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, used on lower surfaces of RAF aircraft (DG+DSG/LAG) from 1966 till late 1970s (switch to wraparound)   HTK-C068 – US Army Desert Sand – FS30279, used for improvised desert camouflage of RAF Tornado GR1/1A, Jaguar GR1A and Buccaneer during Op Granby   HTK-C262 – BS Camouflage Beige – BS381C:389, also known as „Hemp”, used in 1980s/90s on upper surfaces of Canberras, Victors, VC10s and Nimrods (over LAG).

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS073 Disponibile

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 2   Standard colours of RAF aircraft from 1950s till 1990s   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B003 – Silver – Also known as „High Speed Silver”, overall colour of early-postwar RAF jets (till mid-1950s). Later (till 1966) used on lower surfaces   HTK-B207 – BS PRU Blue – BS381C:636, colour of lower surfaces of RAF fighters stationed in continental Europe in 1950s (with DG+DSG on upper surfaces)   HTK-B143 – BS Dark Green – BS381C:641, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s   HTK-B144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, standard colour (first on upper surfaces, after 1970s in wraparound scheme) of RAF aircraft from mid-1950s till 1980s   HTK-B141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used on RAF bombers (MSG+DG/White or HSS or LAG). Also on Meteor NFs (DG+DSG/MSG or DG+MSG/MSG)   HTK-B217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, used on lower surfaces of RAF aircraft (DG+DSG/LAG) from 1966 till late 1970s (switch to wraparound)   HTK-B068 – US Army Desert Sand – FS30279, used for improvised desert camouflage of RAF Tornado GR1/1A, Jaguar GR1A and Buccaneer during Op Granby   HTK-B262 – BS Camouflage Beige – BS381C:389, also known as „Hemp”, used in 1980s/90s on upper surfaces of Canberras, Victors, VC10s and Nimrods (over LAG).

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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 1

Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 1

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Cod. HTK-BS052 Disponibile

Standard colours of RAF aircraft from 1990s till present   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B217 – BS Light Aircraft Grey – BS381C:627, used on undersides of Tornado F3 (initial, till mid-2000s) and Phantom FGR.2 (air superiority scheme, with BS626 and BS637)   HTK-B142 – Camouflage (Barley) Grey – BS381C:626, used on BAe Hawk and Buccaneer (1990s, undersides), Tornado F3 (till mid-2000s, top). Also overall colour of RAF Typhoons   HTK-B141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used on BAe Hawk (1990s, top), Buccaneer (1990s, final scheme, top). Also on Tornado GR4 and F3 (from mid-2000s, overall)   HTK-B215 – BS NATO (IRR) Green – BS381C:285, used on Westland Puma (in two-green camo) and top surfaces of Harrier GR5 (1987-95), GR7/7A and T10/12 (1990-95)   HTK-B216 – BS Lichen Green – BS4800/12B.25, used on Westland Puma (in two-green camo) and undersides of Harrier GR5 (1987-95), GR7/7A and T10/12 (1990-95)   HTK-B214 – BS Dark Camouflage Grey – BS381C:629, used on Jaguars and Harriers (from 1995 till withdrawal, undersides) and Tornado GR1/4 (from 1999 till mid-2000s, also sides)   HTK-B144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, used on top surfaces of Tornado GR1/4 (from 1999 till mid-2000s), Jaguar GR1/3 and Harrier fleet (from 1995 till withdrawal)   HTK-B058 – Have Glass Grey – FS36170, standard overall colour of F-35 Lightning II fleet (all variants), including the F-35B of the Royal Air Force and RN Fleet Air Arm.  

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Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 4

Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 4

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS066 Disponibile

Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 4   Standard colours of German F-4F fleet from 1980s till mid-1990s.   Shorty after introduction of F-4F Phantom II into service, Luftwaffe recognized that the usual Norm 72 camouflage scheme was not optimal for air-to-air combat. In 1976 a research work was started (with help of JG71 „Richthofen” and JG74 „Mölders”) aimed at developing a new universal camouflage, suitable both for fighter and fighter-bomber roles. The resulting Norm 81 scheme was introduced in two variants – 81A with camouflage pattern of polygonal shapes and 81B using the same colours but in irregular shapes. The Norm 81 scheme had been officially used until introduction of Norm 90J, but was observed still in late 1990s.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C233 – Stone Grey – RAL7030, used for fuselage sides and lower surfaces (after 1983) in Norm 81A/B scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C248 – Quartz Grey – RAL7039, used for upper surfaces in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C225 – Green Grey – RAL7009, used for upper surfaces in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C192 – Basalt Grey – RAL7012, used for upper surfaces in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C249 – Dusty Grey – RAL7037, used for upper surfaces in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C191 – Light Grey – RAL7035, used for lower surfaces in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs HTK-C189 – Silver Grey – RAL7001, used for lower surfaces in initial Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme of Luftwaffe F-4Fs (after 1983 replaced by RAL7030) HTK-C100 – Jet Black – RAL9005, standard colour of radome of Luftwaffe F-4F Phantom IIs in Norm 81A/B camouflage scheme.

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Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 1

Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 1

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS048 Disponibile

Modern Luftwaffe paint set vol. 1   Standard colours of German aircraft from 1960s till early 1980s   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C189 – Silver Grey – RAL7001, used for lower surfaces in Norm 62 (Fiat G.91, CL-13, F-84), Norm 72 (Alpha Jet A), Norm 76 (Tornado IDS/ECR) schemes   HTK-C190 – White Aluminium – RAL9006, used for lower surfaces in Norm 62 (F-104G), Norm 72 (RF/F-4E/F, C-160D) and Norm 76 Marineflieger (F-104G) schemes   HTK-C191 – Light Grey – RAL7035, used for lower surfaces in Norm 76 Marineflieger scheme (Panavia Tornado IDS, Sea Lynx Mk 88, Super Lynx Mk 88A)   HTK-C192 – Basalt Grey – RAL7012, used for upper surfaces in Norm 62, 72, 76 and Norm 76 Marineflieger schemes. Early colour of SAR Sea King Mk 41s   HTK-C193 – Yellow Olive – RAL6014, used for upper surfaces in Norm 62 (incl. F-104G, Fiat G.91), Norm 72 (incl. RF-4E & F-4F) and Norm 76 (Tornado IDS/ECR)   HTK-C194 – Luminous Orange – RAL2005, used for high-viz identification markings in Norm 62, 72 and 76 Marineflieger schemes. Also on SAR Sea King Mk 41s   HTK-C078 – Aluminium – Overall colour of early Luftwaffe CL-13 Sabre, F-84 Thunderstreak and F/TF-104G Starfighter (except for lower wing surfaces)   HTK-C201 – Voodoo Grey – FS16515, used for lower surfaces of wings of early Luftwaffe F-104 Starfighters when operated in natural metal overall livery.

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Modern British Army & RAF AFV paint set

Modern British Army & RAF AFV paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS077 Disponibile

  was used). After 1955 the new colour – No. 24 Deep Bronze Green in gloss finish – was introduced. The next change was implemented in late 1971 with NATO Green becoming a base colour with black disruptive shapes applied over it (although some vehicles were left in overall green). Middle / Near East operations required use of desert camouflage of overall Light Stone or with first Deep Bronze Green and then NATO Green disruptive pattern. Light Stone was used by the Army both during Op Granby (overall colour) and Op Telic (with NATO Green), while RAF vehicles featured pinkish Desert Sand (and later virtually the same BS381C:380) paint.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   • HTK-B271 – BS Deep Bronze Green – BS381C:224, colour of British Army vehicles in Europe & Far East from 1955 till early-1970s. Also used by RAF 2nd TAF till 1958 •HTK-B145 – RAF Blue-Grey – BS381C:633, colour of RAF vehicles in Europe & Far East from end of WW2 till early-1970s (in RAF 2nd TAF introduced in 1958) • HTK-B275 – BS Golden Yellow – Used until 1960s on upper surfaces (mostly rooftops) or as an overall colour of RAF vehicles operating predominantly on airfields • HTK-B237 – BS Light Stone – BS381C:361, standard desert colour of post-WW2 British Army (used also during Operations Granby and Telic) and RAF vehicles •HTK-B215 – BS NATO (IRR) Green – BS381C:285, base colour of British Army & RAF vehicles since early-1970s. Used over Light Stone in desert scheme (Op Telic) • HTK-B125 – NATO Black – Used for disruptive shapes over NATO (IRR) Green in the standard scheme of majority of British Army vehicles since early-1970s • HTK-B068 – US Army Desert Sand – Used for desert camo of British vehicles under RAF command during Op Granby. Exact match with BS381C:380 (Op Telic / Herrick) •HTK-A153 – Acrylic Temporary White – Washable (temporary) matt paint used to cover selected areas in improvised winter camouflage of various British Army AFVs.

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MiG-29A/UB 4-colour scheme paint set

MiG-29A/UB 4-colour scheme paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-CS105 Disponibile

MiG-29A/UB 4-colour scheme paint set   Standard colours of MiG-29A/UB in Warsaw Pact service   Although majority of MiG-29s in Warsaw Pact countries’ AFs service wore the standard greyish green / grey scheme, it was not the case in Czechoslovakia and East Germany. Czechoslovakia received 18 MiG-29A (product 9.12A) and 2 MiG-29UB (product 9.51) – all in 4-colour camo scheme. After split of Czechoslovakia in 1992 MiG-29s were evenly divided between the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. The Czech AF airframes were sold to Poland in 1995/96. East Germany received 20 MiG-29A and 4 MiG-29UB (only one twin-seater in 4-colour camo though) which were overtaken by West German Luftwaffe in 1990 and also sold to Poland in 2003/04.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C016 – Dark Green – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of MiG-29A/UB „Fulcrum-A/B” (product 9.12A/9.51) in four-colour scheme HTK-C091 – Pale Green – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of MiG-29A/UB „Fulcrum-A/B” (product 9.12A/9.51) in four-colour scheme HTK-C087 – Dark Brown – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” of Soviet AF and former Soviet Republics AFs HTK-C306 – Afrika Grau – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” of Soviet AF and former Soviet Republics AFs HTK-C302 – Gripen Grey – Overall lower surfaces colour of MiG-29A/UB „Fulcrum-A/B” (product 9.12A/9.51) in four-colour camouflage scheme HTK-C263 – Atlantic Grey – Colour of nose cone / all radio-transparent elements of MiG-29A/UB „Fulcrum-A/B” in four-colour camouflage scheme.

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Matt Lacquer Clear Coat

Matt Lacquer Clear Coat

€ 5,00

Cod. HTK-XP07-17 Disponibile

  Matt Lacquer Clear Coat 17ml

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Luftwaffe in Africa paint set

Luftwaffe in Africa paint set

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS006.2 Disponibile

Luftwaffe in Africa paint set   BLUE LINE – OPTIMISED FOR BRUSH   Withdrawal of HTK-AS06 set and replacement with HTK-AS06.2   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B014 – Sand-Yellow (RLM79a) – Factory colour of upper surfaces in early Luftwaffe Mediterranean scheme (appx. from April 1941 till end of the year / early 1942) HTK-B172 – Sand-Brown (RLM79b) – Factory colour of upper surfaces in late Luftwaffe Mediterranean scheme (appx. from late 1941 / early 1942 till withdrawal from Africa) HTK-B053 – Olive-Green (RLM80) – Used for blotches (applied in field units over RLM 78/79) on upper surfaces and fuselage sides in Luftwaffe Mediterranean scheme HTK-B314 – Light Blue (RLM78) – Standard factory colour of lower surfaces (and fuselage sides of some Bf 109E/F/G and Bf 110G) in Luftwaffe Mediterranean scheme HTK-B040 – Black-Grey (RLM66) – Standard Luftwaffe colour of instrument panels and cockpit areas visible from outside (anti-glare function) throughout the war HTK-B066 – Insignia Yellow (RLM04) – Standard Luftwaffe colour of various markings / insignia (in use on engine cowling, fuselage band, spinner, vertical stabilizer, etc.)  

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Late WW2 German AFV paint set

Late WW2 German AFV paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS094 Non disponibile

  Alternative camouflage colours of RAL 6007 and RAL 8012 were also used. In January 1945 base colour was changed for the last time to RAL 6003 Olivegrün.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B310 – Dunkelgelb nach Muster – Standard base colour of German vehicles from latest February 1943 (official introduction) till being phased out by RAL 840R – 7028 HTK-B244 – Dunkelgelb – RAL 840R – 7028, standard base and camouflage colour of German vehicles from March 1943 when the RAL number was assigned HTK-B250 – Dunkelgelb (Ausgabe 1944) – RAL 840R – 7028 (Ausgabe 1944), standard base and camouflage colour of German vehicles observed from late-1944 till end of war HTK-B169 – Olivegrün (Green, RLM62) – RAL 840R – 6003, standard camouflage colour of German vehicles between 1943-45. Since January 1945 official base colour HTK-B147 – Rotbraun (Chocolate Brown) – RAL 840R – 8017, standard camouflage colour of German vehicles between 1943-45. Used in 2- and 3-colour camouflage schemes HTK-B298 – Grün – RAL 840R – 6007, according to known research between 1943-45 often used on German AFVs as a substitute of Olivegrün HTK-B175 – Red Primer Base – RAL 840R – 8012, standard primer paint used on various German AFVs throughout the war. In 1945 often used as a camouflage base HTK-A153 – Acrylic Temporary White – Washable (temporary) matt paint used to cover selected areas in improvised winter camouflage of various German AFVs during WW2.

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Late Luftwaffe paint set

Late Luftwaffe paint set

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS003 Non disponibile

Late Luftwaffe paint set   BLUE LINE – OPTIMISED FOR BRUSH   The early war overall Dunkelgrau livery of German AFVs was officially changed in February 1943, when the Dunkelgelb (dark yellow) base paint was introduced (at that point without an assigned RAL number), which was to be camouflaged in field units using Olivegrün (from RLM register, later registered as RAL 6003) and Rotbraun (RAL 8017) paints. The Dunkelgelb itself was soon registered as RAL 7028. It is believed that its tone was changed at least twice – with assignment of RAL 7028 number (in March 1943 – previously it was knows as „Dunkelgelb nach Muster”) and later in 1944 („Ausgabe 1944”). Alternative camouflage colours of RAL 6007 and RAL 8012 were also used. In January 1945 base colour was changed for the last time to RAL 6003 Olivegrün.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B007 – Grey-Violet – RLM75 – Used from early 1941 for upper surfaces in 74/75/76 scheme. Later with RLM 83 and eventually with RLM 81 or 82 HTK-B008 – Brown-Violet – RLM81 – Used from August 1944 for upper surfaces in late-war camouflage schemes of all types of Luftwaffe aircraft HTK-B020 – Light Green – RLM82 – Used from August 1944 for upper surfaces in late-war camouflage schemes of all types of Luftwaffe aircraft HTK-B022 – Dark Green – RLM83 – Introduced in the first half of 1944 as a replacement of RLM 74. Later used for mottling over 81/82/76 schemes HTK-B038 – Light Blue – RLM76 – Used from early 1941 for lower surfaces and fuselage sides first in 74/75/76 and after mid-1944 in 81/82/76 schemes HTK-B040 – Black-Grey – RLM66 – Standard colour of instrument panels and cockpit areas visible from outside (anti-glare function) throughout the war.

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Israeli Air Force paint set (modern rotors)

Israeli Air Force paint set (modern rotors)

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS071 Disponibile

Israeli Air Force paint set (modern rotors)   Standard colours of Israeli helicopters since late 1970s   The so-called „1970’s desert scheme” was used on IAF helicopters until 1979 (except for AH-1s in Olive Drab), when „Tactical Battlefield” scheme of overall FS30099 was adopted. During 1982 Lebanon War, due to identification problems, yellow „V” symbol was applied to all helicopters with any paint available (later standardized to FS33434). After the conflict, due to IAF’s request, helicopters were repainted to lighter FS30145 colour. AH-64s and UH-60A/Ls initially wore original US colour (FS34031), until introduction in the early 2000s of the so-called „Tiger” camouflage scheme.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C256 – Earth Brown – FS30099, standard colour of IAF helicopters (incl. AH-1, CH-53, 500MD and Bells) from late 1970s till 1982 Lebanon War HTK-C257 – Uniform Brown – FS30145, standard overall colour of IAF helicopters after 1982. Used on upper surfaces of refurbished UH-60A/L „Yanshuf” HTK-C067 – US Army Helicopter Drab – FS34031, standard colour of US helicopters – initial colour of IAF’s AH-64A „Peten”, UH-60A/L „Yanshuf” and AH-1F „Tzefa” HTK-C258 – Stone Yellow – FS33448, used for upper surfaces in „Tiger” scheme of IAF’s AH-64A/D „Peten”/”Saraph” and all UH-60A/L „Yanshuf” HTK-C012 – Dark Tan – FS30219, used for upper surfaces in „Tiger” scheme of AH-64A/D „Peten”/”Saraph” and US-painted UH-60A/L „Yanshuf” HTK-C203 – Sky Grey – FS36463, used for lower surfaces in „Tiger” scheme of AH-64A/D „Peten”/”Saraph” and US-painted UH-60A/L „Yanshuf” HTK-C259 – Yellow Ochre – FS33434, standardized colour of yellow „V” identification symbol painted on all IAF helicopters since 1982 Lebanon War HTK-C255 – Bright Blue – FS25183, used on upper surfaces of Israeli Navy HH-65A Dolphin and AS565MA Panther („Atalef”) helicopters (operated by IAF).

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Israeli Air Force paint set (modern jets)

Israeli Air Force paint set (modern jets)

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS062 Disponibile

Israeli Air Force paint set (modern jets)   Standard colours of Israeli planes since late 1970s   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B035 – Dark Ghost Grey – FS36320, used in „Air Superiority Grey” scheme on F-15A/B, Kfir C2, F-15C/D and some Mirage IIIs. Also on E-2C and RF-4E   HTK-B090 – Sand – FS33531, used from 1980 on upper surfaces in so-called „F-16 pattern” (used on all F-16A/B/C/D/I, Kfir C7, some C2 and F-15I)   HTK-B012 – Dark Tan – FS30219, used from 1980 on upper surfaces in so-called „F-16 pattern” (used on all F-16A/B/C/D/I, Kfir C7, some C2 and F-15I)   HTK-B234 – Sky Grey-Green – FS34424, used from 1980 on upper surfaces in so-called „F-16 pattern” (used on all F-16A/B/C/D/I, Kfir C7, some C2 and F-15I)   HTK-B037 – Light Ghost Grey – FS36375, used in „Air Superiority Grey” scheme. Also on lower surfaces in „F-16 pattern” (all F-16s, Kfir C7, F-15I)   HTK-B046 – Medium Grey – FS35237, current overall colour of recently introduced Alenia Aermacchi M-346I „Lavi” transonic advanced trainer   HTK-B062 – International Orange – FS12197, used for underside wingtips of Alenia Aermacchi M-346I „Lavi” trainer aircraft (high-visibility feature)   HTK-B058 – Have Glass Grey – FS36170, current standard overall colour of F-35 Lightning II fleet (all variants), including the F-35I „Adir” of the Israeli Air Force.

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Israeli AF paint set (1970’s desert colours)

Israeli AF paint set (1970’s desert colours)

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS012 Non disponibile

Israeli AF paint set (1970’s desert colours)   Standard colours of Israeli aircraft in 1970s   After the Six-Day War the long used brown and blue over grey scheme of Israeli AF applied to ground support aircraft was regarded as not appropriate for operations over Sinai. In July 1967 a new painting scheme of FS33531 Sand, FS34227 Pale Green and FS30219 Dark Tan over׳ FS35622 Duck Egg Blue was revealed. It was later known as „1970’s desert scheme”. A-4H/N Skyhawks used FS34258 Green instead of FS34227, while several Mirage IIIs interceptors in 1970 still used an overall natural metal finish.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B078 – Aluminium – Overall colour of IAF Mirage IIIs from their introduction in 1962 to early 1970s, until switch to „1970’s desert colours” HTK-B090 – Sand – FS33531, used for upper surfaces of MD 450s, F-4s, A-4s, Neshers, Super Mysteres, Fouga Magisters and helicopters HTK-B091 – Pale Green – FS34227, used for upper surfaces of MD 450s, F-4s, Neshers, Super Mysteres, Fouga Magisters, UH-1Ds and CH-53Ds HTK-B012 – Dark Tan – FS30219, used for upper surfaces of MD 450s, F-4s, A-4s, Neshers, Super Mysteres, Fouga Magisters and helicopters HTK-B092 – Duck Egg Blue – FS35622, used for lower surfaces of MD 450s, F-4s, A-4s, Neshers, Super Mysteres, Fouga Magisters and helicopters HTK-B093 – Green – FS34258, used for lower surfaces in „1970’s desert colours” scheme of IAF A-4H/N Skyhawks (instead of standard Pale Green)  

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German AFV in Africa paint set

German AFV in Africa paint set

€ 16,00

Cod. HTK-BS090 Disponibile

German AFV in Africa paint set   Standard colours of German military vehicles in Africa during WW2   As the Wehrmacht was not properly prepared for the African campaign, first units transported to Africa in February 1941 wore standard Dunkelgrau scheme. They were subsequently covered with a mixture of mud, sand and water (or oil) as a temporary solution. The first dedicated camouflage was introduced in March 1941, consisting of RAL 8000 Gelbbraun and RAL 7008 Graugrün (colours previously used by German railway). RAL 8000 Gelbbraun was often used as an overall colour. Originally Dunkelgrau vehicles, repainted in field conditions, weathered heavily uncovering areas of the Dunkelgrau paint. In March 1942 both desert colours were replaced with more suitable RAL 8020 Braun and RAL 7027 Grau – used till withdrawal of German forces from Africa.   Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B164 – Panzer Dunkelgrau Base – RAL 840R – 7021, base colour (from mid-1937) and later overall colour (from mid-1940) of majority of German AFVs   HTK-B303 – Gelbbraun (Green Brown) – RAL 840R – 8000, initial camouflage colour of German AFVs in Africa (used between early 1941 and early 1942)   HTK-B304 – Graugrün (Khaki Grey) – RAL 840R – 7008, initial camouflage colour of German AFVs in Africa (used between early 1941 and early 1942)   HTK-B305 – Afrika Braun – RAL 840R – 8020, late camouflage colour of German AFVs in Africa and on Crete (used since early 1942)   HTK-B306 – Afrika Grau – RAL 840R – 7027, late camouflage colour of German AFVs in Africa and on Crete (used since early 1942)   HTK-B307 – Cremeweiss (Cream) – RAL 840R – 9001, standard interior colour of German closed compartment military vehicles throughout WW2.

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Early WW2 Soviet Air Force paint set

Early WW2 Soviet Air Force paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-BS033 Disponibile

Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based, optimised for use with brush):   HTK-B078 – Aluminium – Used from 1937 till June 1940 for fabric / wooden surfaces of Soviet planes, incl. I-153 and UT-1..2. Also on undersides of I-15bis and I-16   HTK-B127 – AE-9 Light Grey – Used from 1937 till June 1940 for metal surfaces of Soviet planes, incl. most of SBs, I-15bis, I-153 and I-16. Also on undersides (with A II Green on upper sides)   HTK-B128 – A II Green (Protective) – Used from late 1937 till July 1941 for upper surfaces of Soviet attack planes, including I-15bis, I-16, I-153, MiG-1, early MiG-3 and Yak-2/4   HTK-B129 – A II Light Blue – Used for lower surfaces of Soviet mixed construction planes produced between June 1940 and July 1941. Later used parallel to AMT-7   HTK-B072 – AMT-7 Greyish Blue – Used for lower surfaces in 1941-43 green-black scheme of Soviet attack planes (incl. Il-2, Pe-2, Pe-8, Il-4, Yak-1/7/9, LaGG-3 and La-5)   HTK-B073 – AMT-4 Camouflage Green – Used for upper surfaces in 1941-43 green-black scheme of Soviet attack planes (incl. Il-2, Pe-2, Pe-8, Il-4, Yak-1/7/9, LaGG-3 and La-5)   HTK-B041 – Night Black – AMT-6. Used for upper surfaces in 1941-43 green-black scheme of Soviet attack planes (incl. Il-2, Pe-2, Il-4, Yak-1/7/9, LaGG-3 and La-5)   HTK-A153 – MK-7 Temporary White – Washable matt paint dedicated to UV-undistinguishable camouflage of Soviet planes in winter conditions. In common use from late 1941.

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Early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” paint set

Early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” paint set

€ 22,00

Cod. HTK-CS104 Disponibile

Standard colours of Su-27 fleet in early service   The Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker is a twin-engine multirole fighter (S version) / pure fighter-interceptor aircraft (P version). First prototype of T10-1 (Sukhoi internal designation) flew in May 1977. The production Su-27S „Flanker-B” began to enter Soviet AF service in 1985, while the twin-seater Su-27UB („Flanker-C”) appeared only in 1987. Due to manufacturing optimisation reasons production of single and twin seaters was separated and conducted by two remote factories (hence two lines of Su-27 family development in later years). In total 517 Su-27S/P and 123 Su-27UB/UP were built till end of 1991 and the collapse of the Soviet Union. Further 56 of both versions were produced for the Russian AF from 1992 till 2011.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C103 – Traffic Red – The best match for colour of internal surfaces of various bays / doors of Su-27 family (incl. wheel hubs, air brake) HTK-C327 – Radome Green – Colour of wheel rims and nose cone / all radio-transparent elements of initial production Su-27S/P and Su-27UB HTK-C101 – Traffic White – Colour of nose cone / all radio-transparent elements of Su-27S/P (since batch 23 / 34) and Su-27UB (since batch 7) HTK-C328 – Pale Blue – Overall base and lower surfaces colour of early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” of Soviet AF and former Soviet Republics AFs HTK-C038 – Light Grey (Light Blue) – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” of Soviet AF and former Soviet Republics AFs HTK-C095 – Blue (Gris Bleu Clair) – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of early Su-27S/P/UB „Flanker-B/C” of Soviet AF and former Soviet Republics AFs.

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British SAR Service paint set vol. 1

British SAR Service paint set vol. 1

€ 26,00

Cod. HTK-CS098 Disponibile

British SAR Service paint set vol. 1   Standard colours of RAF/RN search and rescue helicopters.   For many years military and civil search and rescue role on the UK waters was shared between RAF Search and Rescue Force (a successor to RAF Air Sea Rescue Services, renamed after 1986 when last RAF Marine Branch vessels were retired), the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm and HM Coastguard. RAF SAR Force operated Westland Whirlwind HAR.2/4/10, Westland Wessex HAR.2 and Westland Sea King HAR.3/3A helicopters, while detachment to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus also used Griffin HAR.2. The RAF Search and Rescue Force was disbanded in 2016 after transferring the SAR role to civilian contractor Bristow. Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm operated similar types for SAR duties – Whirlwind HAR.1/3/5/9, Wessex HAS.1/HU.5 and recently Sea King HAR.5/HU.5. Its Search and Rescue operations also ended in 2015 with above mentioned privatization of the entire service.   Contains the following colours (lacquer based paints, optimised for use with airbrush):   HTK-C275 – BS Golden Yellow – BS381C:356, overall colour of RAF Search and Rescue Force Whirlwind HAR.2/4/10, Wessex HAR.2 and Sea King HAR.3/3A HTK-C144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, overall colour of RAF SAR Wessex HAR.2 and Sea King HAR.3 that rotated between Falklands and UK bases HTK-C141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, overall colour of RAF Cyprus Wessex HAR.2 (since 1993) and Griffin HAR.2. Also used on RN Sea King HAR.5/HU.5 HTK-C284 – UN Blue – FS35250, used for tail bands of No. 84 Squadron RAF (RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus) Wessex HAR.2 and Griffin HAR.2 (due to UN duties) HTK-C145 – RAF Blue-Grey – BS381C:633, base colour of RN Wessex HAS.1 (early service) and HU.5 (late service), first with Dayglo Red, then with Post Office Red HTK-C146 – BS Olive Drab – BS381C:298, base colour of RN Wessex HAS.1 (late service) and HU.5 (early service, up to 1981), with Post Office Red nose and tail HTK-C268 – Luminous Red – Dayglo Red (also known as „the Docker Blaze”), used on nose and rear fuselage of RN SAR Wessex HAS.1 till early 1980s HTK-C291 – BS Cherry Red – BS381C:538, used on nose and rear fuselage of RN SAR Wessex HAS.1, HU.5 and Sea King HAR.5, HU.5 since early 1980s.

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