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McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special

Euro Decals, 1/32 scale

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Catalogue Number and Description

Euro Decals Item No. ED-32122 - McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special


GBP£59.95 plus shipping available online from Fantasy Printshop


1/32 scale

Review Type: Four decal sheets; instructions.
Review Type: First Look
Advantages: Colourful special markings; perfectly printed; rich opaque colours.
Conclusion: A truly spectacular scheme for Tamiya's 1/32 scale F-15C Eagle

Reviewed by Brett Green

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In addition to printing high-quality markings for other decal companies, Fantasy Printshop also produces their own decals under the brand name of Euro Decals. Their latest release is for a single subject, but oh what a subject!



The markings provide no less than four decal sheets covering a special scheme applied to an Oregon Air National Guard F-15C Eagle. This ambitious set will be best suited for the Tamiya 1/32 scale F-15C, although there may be some vintage Revell F-15Cs still kicking around.



The scheme is quite spectacular with ornately feathered wings on the upper and lower surfaces, an eagle's head on either side of the nose and colourful markings on the inboard and outboard fins.



Instructions are supplied on a single double sided full colour sheet with four views and notes on the subject.



There are three large A4 sized decal sheets and one smaller. They are printed perfectly by Fantasy Printshop.



Colours look great, and the glossy printing is in register.





Euro Decals' latest 1/32 scale release is a truly spectacular update for Tamiya's 1/32 scale F-15C Eagle.

Thanks to Fantasy Printshop for the review sample

Euro Decals and Fantasy Printshop Decals are available online via Fanstasy Printshop's website

Review Text and Images Copyright 2019 by Brett Green
Page Created 24 July, 2019
Last Updated 25 July, 2019

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