HTK-BS70 Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3 --> BLUE LINE

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    • HTK-BS70
    • Manufacturer: Hataka Hobby
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Type: Model paint
    • Medium: acrylic
    • Size/volume: 8 x 17ml
    • Remarks: for paintbrush use
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    • €21.25
    The set contains the acrylic paints, optimised for use with brush, 8 x 17ml standard colours of RAF training aircraft since 1950s.

    HTK-BS70 “Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 3” --> BLUE LINE

    HTK-BS70 includes standard colours of RAF training aircraft since 1950s. The set contains the following acrylic paints, 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, used in 1950s for "training bands" on RAF trainers. Engine cowling colour of training helis after 1998