HTK-AS107 WW2 Dutch AF paint set of 6 x 17ml vol. 1

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    • HTK-AS107
    • Manufacturer: Hataka Hobby
    • Availability: In Stock
      Delivery time: 1-7 days
    • Type: Model paint
    • Medium: acrylic
    • Size/volume: 6 x 17ml
    • Remarks: for aibrush use
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    • €16.25

    Set of six model paint 17ml, acrylic for aibrush use. Dutch aviation colours 1919-1940.

    HTK-AS107 “WW2 Dutch AF paint set vol. 1”

    The Dutch air forces were officially established in 1913 under the name of Luchtvaartafdeling (LVA, "the Aviation Department). In those early years majority of LVA's aircraft wore a simple green (LVA Khaki) over blue (LVA Blue) scheme, with trainers in overall LVA Blue. Underfunded in the interwar period, LVA started rebuilding process only in 1938. At the beginning of WW2 LVA operated appx. 120 combat aircraft, majority of them wearing a unique Dutch camo of Camouflage Green, Beige and Brown on upper surfaces over Camouflage Brown on lower surfaces (with the exception of some scout / training aircraft still wearing early colours).

    HTK-AS107 includes standard colours of LVA aircraft from 1919 till 1940. The set contains:

    • HTK-A193 – LVA Khaki* - Used for upper surfaces of LVA aircraft in its early years. Later used on selected training and reconnaissance aircraft
    • HTK-A332 – LVA Blue* – Used for lower surfaces of early LVA aircraft. Later used on training (overall colour) and scout (undersurfaces) planes
    • HTK-A246 – Camo Green* – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of LVA aircraft in pre-WW2 and WW2 periods, including Fokker D.XXI, G.I, T.V or DB-8A/3N
    • HTK-A074 – Camo Beige* – Used for upper surfaces camouflage of LVA aircraft in pre-WW2 and WW2 periods, including Fokker D.XXI, G.I, T.V or DB-8A/3N
    • HTK-A087 – Camo Brown* - Used for upper and lower surfaces camouflage of LVA aircraft in pre-WW2 and WW2 periods, including Fokker D.XXI, G.I or T.V
    • HTK-A201 – Voodoo Grey - Match for standard colour of cockpit and other parts of fuselage interiors of LVA aircraft in pre-WW2 and WW2 periods