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.
'Doolittle Raid' B-25B Mitchell s/n 40-2270 'Whiskey Pete' (Aircraft Number 3) mission-flown relic display combining an authentic piece of this aircraft with original artwork and history, by Ron Cole. ...
A dear friend of mine was a Kamikaze escort pilot with the Japanese Army Air Force. He flew the Ki-43 'Oscar' and later the Ki-84 'Frank' fighters on several escort...
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