This piece of very well-preserved control surface linen retains over 95% of its light blue early-war camouflage paint. It was part of a terrific collection of linen and aluminum that was apparently collected c. 1940 to 1942, based upon the aircraft represented (including the Brewster Buffalo and Vultee Vindicator); each piece having been nicely described in black paint by the collector.
Each section of original linen is paired with Ron Cole's Wildcat composition c. 2009, and nicely presented in a black 11 x 17 inch frame - ready to hang. Each signed & numbered - and very limited.
Special limited edition 'Allied & Axis' World War II aircraft relic display with authentic aluminum parts from a combat loss USAAF P-51 Mustang and a combat loss German Luftwaffe Me...
Own, display, and preserve an authentic aluminum skin section from one of the most famous and important participants in the D-Day invasion of France. Ron Cole has combined his original...