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Vallejo presents ten new sets of paints for different Soviet and Russian Aircraft and helicopters from the Cold War to the present
The following new seats have been formulated on the basis of a rigorous investigation, based on the analysis of the existing material data on the subject, as well as an exhaustive search in the still hermetical and erratic official information available. They have been developed with the collaboration of the “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”.

Art. 71.601 Soviet/Russian colors Combat Helicopters post WWII to present
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint different models of helicopters of the Soviet Air Force and the actual Russian Federation during the “Cold War”.
The set includes 7 mimetic patterns with profiles of the helicopters, and indications of the colors needed for the camouflage schemes with a detailed description of their application.

Art. 71.602 Soviet/Russian colors Su-27 “Flanker” from 80’s to present
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the Sukhoi Su-27 “Flanker” of the Soviet Air Force (actual Russian Federation). The set includes 7 mimetic patterns.

Art. 71.603 Soviet/Russian colors Su-25/39 “Frogfoot” from 80’s to present
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the Sukhoi Su-25 “Frogfoot” and the evolved model Su-39 of the Soviet Air Force during the “Cold War” and the actual Russian Federation. The set includes 6 mimetic patterns of the so-called “tactical” aircraft used in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Central and Northern Europe.

Art. 71.604 Soviet/Russian colors Su-7/17 “Fitter” from “Cold War” to 90’s
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the Sukhoi Su-7 “Fitter” and the improved Su-17 of the Soviet Air Force during the “Cold War”. The set includes 6 mimetic patterns of the so-called “tactical” aircraft used in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Central and Northern Europe.

Art. 71.605 Soviet/Russian Colors MiG-29 “Fulcrum” from 80’s to present
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the MiG-29 “Fulcrum” of the Soviet/Russian Federation Air Force deployed during the “Cold War” and up to date. The set includes 6 mimetic patterns, from the initial series (the models 9-12/9-13/9-51) until the last generation (Model SMT) and the naval variant (model K).

Art. 71.606 Soviet/Russian Colors MiG-23 “Flogger” from 70’s to 90’s
Set with 8 Model Air color in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the MiG-23 “Flogger” of the Soviet Air Force deployed during the “Cold War”. The set includes 6 mimetic patterns, from the initial “Low Visibility of Air Superiority”, through the “Tacticals” used in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Central/Northern Europe, and the last combination of grey colors in the last series, at the peak of its operative career.

Art. 71.607 Soviet/Russian Colors MiG-21 “Fishbed” from 50’s to 90’s
Set with 8 Model Air color in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the different models of the MiG-21 “Fishbed” of the Soviet Air Force during the “Cold War”. The set includes 7 mimetic patterns for the so called “tactical camouflage” used in Afghanistan, Asia Central and Center North Europe.

Art. 71.609 Soviet/Russian Colors Tactical Schemes 1960-2000 (Part I)
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed for painting different models of the Soviet Air Force (currently Russian Federation) during the “Cold War” and the subsequent collapse of the Eastern Bloc. The set includes 6 mimetic patterns of the so called “tacticals”, from 1960 until the year 2000, used in Afghanistan, Central Asia and central and northern Europe.

Art. 71.608 Soviet/Russian Colors Tactical Schemes 1978-1989 (Part II)
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed for painting different models of the Soviet Air Force (currently Russian Federation) during the last decades of the “Cold War” and the subsequent collapse of the Eastern Bloc.
The set includes 6 mimetic patterns of the so called “tacticals”, from 1978 until the year 1989 and some years after, deployed in Afghanistan, Central Asia and central and northern Europe.

Art. 71.610 Soviet/Russian Colors Cold War” Silver Darts 1950-1980
Set with 8 Model Air colors in 17 ml./0.57 fl.oz. bottles, developed to paint the aircraft of the Soviet Armed Forces during the first decades of the “Cold War” with a metallic finish, in a wide range of different shades according to the area or structure of the plane.
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