Interesting Project...

Not long back I did a graphics job using the little .40 GP "Ultimate" as the
base to make a SOS replica of Jim LeRoy's airshow aerobat, "Bulldog".....
I was really pleased with the outcome, and thought some of you might enjoy
seeing the results of the innovative use of vinyl gfx...
Check it out at the top of
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a link to a few more snaps of this nice effort.
The builder told me, "One guy thought it was an ARF......" ???? Hmmmm....
Dunno about that just yet........
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Bill Fulmer
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Some might say you are tooting your own horn, but they would have to admit notes are sweet!
Great work!
P.S. There is a place for graphics on a "distressed" plane too. Hides the patch on my Fly'n King after a mishap.
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Tom Johnson
Hey Bill,
I have one of the Thunder Tiger "Rare Bear" Bearcats ARFs on order. It's not quite scale decal wise (it's not quite scale at all actually). Any chance I can get a set of 2003 or 2004 Rare Bear decals run off? What would you need? I have a Bob Banka picture pack of the 1999-2000 RB and there aren't too many changes.
Do you have a 3 view drawing of a Bearcat available?
Thanks, you can answer me back channel or on the newsgroup...your choice.
Don Hatten
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Don Hatten
Don, I don't have anything on hand for the "Rare Bear" & no Bearcat 3-views, either.. Yet.....
I'd have to see what's needed, and the sizes.. If the graphics aren't too complex colorwise, I can prolly help...
But... For really complex multicolor stuff, I now have a contact in Indiana who has a hoity-toity machine that can PRINT fuelproof gfx on vinyl, then cut out the finished shape... Not zackly cheap, but really does a nice job...
See the tail graphic on the "Bulldog" at
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Ain't no way I could do a graphic like that with my setup...
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Bill Fulmer
That ain't Jim or the bulldog in the cockpit :) mk
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Looks really good Bill! Jerry
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