Blue Angels

Our F-18 skin panel faithfully renders a panel from the fuselage of the F-18. The Blue Angel insignia and markings have been accurately reproduced in vinyl as to keep this panel cost effective and one of the most affordable of them all. A Limited Edition version will be added every two years with pilot signatures as is the lenght of a tour with the Blue Angels.

Size; 36"x12"

$155.00

 

 

USAF Thunderbirds

Our F-16 two-piece panel faithfully renders the tail stabilizer from the F-16. The Thunderbirds insignia and markings have been accurately reproduced in vinyl as to keep this panel cost effective and one of the most affordable of them all. A Limited Edition version will be added every two years with pilot signatures as is the lenght of a tour with the Thunderbirds.

Size; 40.5"x24.5"

$175.00


 

 

 

 

F-15 Edwards AFB

Newest edition to the post panel page is our F-15C multi-piece panel faithfully renders the tail stabilizer from the F-15C. The details have never been done in aluminum at this scale. Unit insignia and markings have been accurately reproduced and can be done to represent all other F-15 Eagle squadrons (Note - costs on custom tail art will be higher due to time it take to paint and set up)

Size; 30" x 38"

$385.00


 

 

 

FLIR CAT
F-14B BuNo 161608

VF-103 "Sluggers"

Capt. Dale "Snort" Snodgrass USN (Ret.)

 

Capt Snodgrass flew this particular F-14B on occaision while testing the new Forward Looking Infrared Radar (FLIR) system. The nose art reflects this achievement and although painted on both sides of the nose, its name is in different colors for unknown reasons.

Capt Snodgrass is known in the aviation community as a legend and is credited to flying the most hours in an F-14, over 4,800 hrs and 1,200 plus carrier arrested landings.

He was CO of VF-33 (CVW-17) and led his squadron into Desert Storm.

The movie "TOP GUN" was loosly base on "Snort" as he served as a consultant to the film.

The famous knife-edge pass photo on the left captures Capt Snodgrass doing what he does best (usually at air shows now). Contrary to popular myth, he had the Admiral's permission (seen here with arms behind back) to do this on numerous occaisions and on this was for a "Cruise" aboard the USS America end of summer 1988 where family and friends attended the festivities and private sea air show.

 

Size; 30"x19"

$355.00

 


 

 

LET'S ROLL 23rd FG
Pope AFB

This six piece panel is an accurate replica of the A-10's nose section complete with fixed vent and clear plexi window.


Size is; 43" x 21.5"

$425.00

 


Glamorous Glennis

X-1 s/n 6062

Flown by Cpt Chuck Yeager

On 14 October, 1947 at 10.22 am, Capt. Yeager flew the Bell X-1 at a speed of 670mph (Mach 1.06) breaking the sound barrier for the first time in human history.

Yeager christened the first X-1 "Glamorous Glennis" after his wife, as was his P-51's in WWII. There was an earlier version of the art work. This panel represents the one he flew on the historic flight.

14"x30" $195.00

Blesse

F-86E 12821

4FIW Korea

Flown by Maj. Frederick C. "Boots" Blesse

A Korean war ace with 10 victories

18x30" $195.00

SPUNKY VI

F-4 68-0313

F-4E Phantom II - 34th TFS / 388th TFW Korat RTAFB Thailand

Flown by Col Breedlove with WSO Capt Hawkinson

 

The fuselage art appeared only on the left side and this reference photo is the only one known of this a/c during this time period.

 

16x36" $245.00

 

 

X-15

One of three X-15A's built serial # 56-6670, is mainly made up of titamium and stainless steel with some aluminum for internal use. It is covered with Inconel-X nickel alloy steel to withstand high temperatures. A white coating of Emerson Electric T-500 albative material was used when external fuel tanks were added. During test flights in 1967, a maxximum speed of Mach 6.7 was achieved.

20x40" $195.00

SR-71

17955

This aircraft operated extensively as a test a/c at Palmdale from plant 42 and was flown from 17 August, 1965 - 24 January, 1985. It is currently on display at Edwards AFB, CA.

35x14" Call for pricing

The reference photos on this page are strictly used for identification purposes only.

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