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Old 06-02-2006, 06:51 AM
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Default John Fleurent and Mike Toews

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Here`s "NOSE ART" on the belly of my RV-8 ---John Fleurent Spruce Creek Fly In ---Daytona Beach , FL.
...sent in by aviateur at prodigy.net






‘Supposed’ to look like I snagged a flag during an inverted pass.
Mike Toews, MET / AET

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Default Marc Bravo



Here are a couple of shots of my RV-7A tail. I got the aircraft from the paint shop about 3 weeks ago. It was painted by Neal Butterworth out of Lake Wales, FL. and he did a great job. From the paint scheme and tail number I think you can tell what airline I work for. I designed the logo similar to what we have at the airline. Hope you can use the pictures. Later on when I have more time I’ll make up a work-up for your RV of the week.
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Default Harry Hughes

Attached please find two shots of the nose art on our RV8 as per Mike Kelly’s phone call of this afternoon. The lady is my lovely wife Crystal and the smile on my face is just after the first flight of N241HC.
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Default Various nose/tail art

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Old 06-17-2006, 06:39 AM
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Default N188PD - The Valkyrie

Here's the newly finished tail of my RV-8. That is the NASA Flight Director insignia, wonderfully reproduced by Grady O'Neal.



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Default Object of Desire

Here's the artwork for "Object of Desire". The name has dual meaning... both the plane and my wife Diana, the redhead on the nose. The airbrush work was done by Amy Young in Austin, TX.

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Default Screaming Eagle RV7 assembled!!!

Finally this RV7 is assembled, FAA gave airworthiness cert last week, and it should fly this week. This has been a long paint project for me because it was painted in parts, and only some parts at a time. During the construction, some parts would arrive at my shop for paint, one wing (with out the tip) fuselage (with out cowling) etc etc. so this was a bit little tough planning out where the tape lines and striping should be laid out. But i complete all painting tasks early last month, and Friday (the 13th) of October i finally got too see what it looked like assembled. Let me know what you think
Painter John

http://www.airbornekustomz.com/N147RV/N147RV17.JPG
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http://www.airbornekustomz.com/N147RV/N147RV19.JPG
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Old 10-16-2006, 12:43 PM
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Wow! That's a real head- turner.
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