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Rasterize Skins for FT Spitfire "Battle of Britain"

Plane Rasterize Skins for FT Spitfire "Battle of Britain" 1.1

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Skins & Decals (PDF, AI, SVN, etc.)
The first Flite Test warbird and a fan favorite, the FT Spitfire now has a great new look you can build and enjoy! Designed by DavidWindestål (our favorite Swed!) in 2017, the FT Spitfire is a joy to fly and known for it’s wonderful flight characteristics. Depicted is a livery that might be seen in the skies over England from Aug to Sept of 1940 just as the “Battle of Britain” was winding down and the “Blitz” was gearing up.
Skins are three 24X36 PDF's. You will still need to download and print plans as well to compete your build. Download button is in the upper right corner. You can print them to any size paper using the poster feature in Adobe Acrobat Reader (Downloadable free from Adobe) to tile them into smaller pages. Or better yet, help support my efforts while saving time and ink by purchasing the full sized printed skins (No tiling needed!) delivered right to your door! A set of printed full size plans are included!
Go to www.Fliteskins.com.
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At Fliteskins.com not only do you get the full skin set including wheel skins, additional part to complete your models and reference parts to use for score and notch cut marks but you also get a complete sopie of the original plans to use for reference in your build or use them to build another Spitfire!
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Skin details include panel lines, rivets, RAF Battle of Britain colors, gear down and up (default) graphics, detailed canopy, as well as wheel skins. Additional features include extended edge portions of the skin on the front and rear bottom of the fuses as well as the bottom trailing edge of the wing allowing for some coverage of the the white edge of the foam. The real The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and other Allied countries before, during, and after World War II. Many variants of the Spitfire were built, using several wing configurations, and it was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft. It was also the only British fighter produced continuously throughout the war. The Spitfire continues to be popular among enthusiasts; nearly 60 remain airworthy, and many more are static exhibits in aviation museums throughout the world. You can also try the Spitfire in an early Battle of Britain “Night/White” livery for the ultimate in orientational help and historical accuracy! Available at www.Fliteskins.com
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