Estuche de 8 colores Model Air de 17 ml. desarrollados para pintar los cazas de la RAF que participaron en el mayor choque aéreo de todos los tiempos: “La batalla de Inglaterra”, desde su comienzo en Julio de 1940, y su fase final o “Blitz Nocturno” en Mayo de 1941.
Dark Earth (BS 450): Combined with Dark Green and other colors, camouflage for the upper surface , used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts.
Dark Green (BS 241): Combined with Dark Earth or other colors for camouflage of the upper surface, used since 1937 and during the entire war on all types of aircraft and fronts. Sky Type S (BS 210): Lower color introduced in June 1940 for all kinds of aircraft and daytime use (RAF & FAA); also used for tactical markings, numbers and identification. Eau de Nil “Duck Egg Green” (BS 216): Lower color alternative for Sky Type S, much used at the beginning of the war for fighters and bombers with “Temperate Land” camouflage schemes, also for tactical markings. No. 1 Sky Blue “Duck Egg Blue” (BS 101): Lower color alternative to Sky Type S, at beginning of war in fighters and bombers with color scheme “Temperate Land”, Coastal Command and tactical markings. Night Black (BS 642): Lower parts of aircraft for daytime use combined with White and/or Aluminum or Sky Type S, from 1937 to April 1941. All lower surfaces of all kinds of aircraft for night use during the entire war. Interior Grey-Green (BS 283): Interior Color commonly used mostly on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA. Interior Grey-Green (FS 34373): Color variation for interior color BS 283, much used on interior structures, cockpits and crew compartments on all types of aircraft of the RAF & FAA.