Silk screen decal with markings of various captured A6M Zeros used by Commonwealth units during and after WW2:

- a dirty-white, green crossed A6M3 composite aircraft used by RNZAF pilots in Kara Island, Bougainville 1945

- A6M3 c/n. 3844, its original IJN version with tail no. 2-282. OK, one of its predecessors to be exact

- A6M5 c/n.1303, a NMF machine with TAIC 11 marking wearing unusual RAF roundels. This is a 'Commonwealth' one, the actual plane never left the US. NAS Anacostia/Eglin AFB 1945

- A6M5c c/n.5622, another NMF machine, the sole representation of 52 Hei type. Aircraft used by RAAF pilots in Clark Field, Luzon 1945

Set includes full markings for three models. 

This set was designed to fit Sweet A6M3 Reisen 22, A6M5 Reisen 52 and A6M5c Reisen 52c kits, but it can be applied to one of F-Toys releases.

Decal sheet size: 60 x 45 mm


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Commonwealth Reisens

  • Brand: Shelf Oddity
  • Product Code: SO314409
  • Availability: 10
  • 4.50EUR


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Tags: Commonwealth, Reisen, Zero, captured, IJN, RAF, RAAF, RNZAF, A6M3, A6M5, A6M5c, Clark Field, Luzon, Kara Island, Bougainville