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Nose Art & Aircraft Parts

Aircraft and helicopter panels and parts post 1945 from RAF, USSAF and Luftwaffe airplanes.



Nose art from Korea to Gulf wars, hand painted onto individual pieces.


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Helicopter panels

The Bell Huey panel are cut from this tail and painted with nose art or commissions taken. Plus Lynx Helicopter art.

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101 Airborne

We have acquired a complete tail boom from a Huey Helicopter, as used in Vietnam, and still operationally used by the US Army and many other air forces.

This Nose art was painted on 101st Airborne

The Bell Huey model 205 "Iroquois" was used in many variants - principally the UH-1D and UH-1H. The main difference between the model D and H was the higher performance engine used in the H.
The Huey was used in Vietnam as Gunship; Troop Carrier "slick" and medical Evac as well as general maintenance.

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.
We have cut sections from the fuselage and kept the original paint for the back ground and painted the emblem onto it.

Once painted - we topcoat the panel with matt acrylic top coat to ensure it has a long life.
To the rear are two D-rings to allow it to be wall hung - if needed.

Other panels can be custom made to suit your history! The last image shows the Huey Nose Art book we have currently.

The panels will get smaller as we move down the tail -

The panel tapers slightly top to bottom. It has a piece of rib structure along the top. 52cm by 52cm max

price £230 plus Postage SOLD
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Bell Huey Helicopter Cavalry Panel

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.

We have cut sections from the fuselage in this case the paint is the original army green paint with blue over.

We have painted with the Eagle from 2nd squadron of the 11th Armoured Cavalry Regiment. The hole is where the synchronized elevator came out.


We have acquired a complete tail boom from a Huey Helicopter, as used in Vietnam, and still operationally used by the US Army and many other air forces.

The Bell Huey model 205 "Iroquois" was used in many variants - principally the UH-1D and UH-1H. The main difference between the model D and H was the higher performance engine used in the H.

The Huey was used in Vietnam as Gunship; Troop Carrier "slick" and medical Evac as well as general maintenance.

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.

We have cut sections from the fuselage and kept the original paint for the back ground and painted the emblem onto it.

Once painted - we topcoat the panel with matt acrylic top coat to ensure it has a long life.

To the rear are two D-rings to allow it to be wall hung - if needed.

Other panels can be custom made to suit your history! The last 2 images shows other Huey Nose Art we have currently painted.

The panels will get smaller as we move down the tail -

The panel tapers slightly top to bottom. It has a piece of rib structure along the top. 52cm by 42cm max width.

price £230 plus Postage

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Bell Huey Vietnam Medevac Panel

We have acquired a complete tail boom from a Bell Huey Helicopter, as used in Vietnam, and still operationally used by the US Army and many other air forces.

This Nose art was painted on Huey 69-15015 from the 254th Medical Detachment based at Nha Trang in 1970. The full details are found in the book by John Brennan.

The Blood, Sweat and Tears logo has been painted above the medical evacuation red cross. This is the section from the lower portion of the tail boom

The Bell Huey model 205 "Iroquois" was used in many variants - principally the UH-1D and UH-1H. The main difference between the model D and H was the higher performance engine used in the H.

The Huey was used in Vietnam as Gunship; Troop Carrier "slick" and medical Evac as well as general maintenance.

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.

We have cut sections from the fuselage and have repainted them in Olive Drab- where needed. They will be painted with a variety of Huey Nose Art from the Vietnam conflict.

Other panels can be custom made to suit your history!

Once painted - we topcoat the panel with matt acrylic top coat to ensure it has a long life.

To the rear are two D-rings to allow it to be wall hung - if needed.

This large panel us 60cm tall, 54 cm wide and 7 cm deep


The panels will get smaller as we move down the tail - these first panels are the largest.

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Lynx Royal Navy

This is a section of skinning from a Lynx helicopter. The green paint is the original paint.

This has been painted as Rosie XZ723.

Panel is 44 cm (h) x 29 cm (w).

Price is £150 Plus P&P
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Lynx Dutch Navy
This is a section of skinning from a Lynx helicopter. The green paint is the original paint.

This has been painted as Obelynx a dutch navy Lynx that flew with VE4.

The artwork is from Goscinny and Uderzo’s Asterix and Obelix with a Russian submarine in place of a menhir.

Panel is 50 cm (h) x 30 cm (w).

Price is £150 Plus P&P
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Saunders Roe Skeeter helicopter door

This is the port side cockpit door from a Saunders Roe Skeeter helicopter.

The Skeeter was an Army observation helicopter used by the British Army Air Corps and both the German Navy and army from the mid 1950's. They were replaced in service in the late 1960's The Skeeter was a small two man helicopter for use.

This one came to us with British dark green and dark earth camouflage and with no glazing and dented skin. The original vinyl door pocket was intact and has been retained.

The Skeeter had the words Danger Rotor Blades stenciled on the lower half of the door.

We have undented, repainted and reglazed the door and then hand painted a 1960's Hippy graphic on the lower door - reminiscent of Vietnam era helicopter nose art from the mid to late 60's. The colours are in the style of Goof Vibrations a Vietnam Huey and the Love Generation was on the nose of another Huey.


The door hangs from a single string and looks amazing on a wall. It weighs only 3.7 kg.

It is however large at a. 1.3 m x 1 m x 0.25 m.

Be sure that no-one else will have one!

Due to its size we are offering UK shipping only. Price inc postage £270

Please leave a telephone number as we will have to use a carrier.
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Bell Huey Vietnam Vultures

We have acquired a complete tail boom from a Bell Huey Helicopter, as used in Vietnam, and still operationally used by the US Army and many other air forces.

This Nose art was painted on Huey 69-15015 from the 254th Medical Detachment based at Nha Trang in 1970. The full details are found in the book by John Brennan.

The Blood, Sweat and Tears logo has been painted above the medical evacuation red cross. This is the section from the lower portion of the tail boom

The Bell Huey model 205 "Iroquois" was used in many variants - principally the UH-1D and UH-1H. The main difference between the model D and H was the higher performance engine used in the H.

This Nose art was painted on a Night Hawk UH-1D from D troop the 17th Cavalry stationed are Da Nang in 1972.

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.

We have cut sections from the fuselage and have repainted them in Olive Drab- where needed. They will be painted with a variety of Huey Nose Art from the Vietnam conflict.

Other panels can be custom made to suit your history!

Once painted - we topcoat the panel with matt acrylic top coat to ensure it has a long life.

To the rear are two D-rings to allow it to be wall hung - if needed.

This large panel us 51cm tall, 47 cm wide tapering to 43cm and 3 cm deep

Price £220 plus postage
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Bell Huey Razorback Vietnam

This Nose art was painted on the 120th Aviation CompanyHueys in Vietnam and was based on an Arkansas Hog.

We have acquired a complete tail boom from a Huey Helicopter, as used in Vietnam, and still operationally used by the US Army and many other air forces.

The Bell Huey model 205 "Iroquois" was used in many variants - principally the UH-1D and UH-1H. The main difference between the model D and H was the higher performance engine used in the H.

The Huey was used in Vietnam as Gunship; Troop Carrier "slick" and medical Evac as well as general maintenance.

This specific tail was from a UH-1D manufacturer under licence from Bell at Dornier in Germany. The data plate shows that this specific machine flew for the German Army from the 1970's onwards.

We have cut sections from the fuselage in this case the paint is the original army green paint. They will be painted with a variety of Huey Nose Art from the Vietnam conflict.

Other panels can be custom made to suit your history! The last image shows the Huey Nose Art book we have currently.
Once painted - we topcoat the panel with matt acrylic top coat to ensure it has a long life.

To the rear are two D-rings to allow it to be wall hung - if needed.

The panels will get smaller as we move down the tail - this panel is 51cm wide x 38cm tapering to 33cm

Price £180 plus postage
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Modern aircraft


Original pieces from the jet fighter era painted with nose art of the time.

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Gloster Meteor
An original piece of Gloster Meteor small hatch cover

It retains the original green paint with part number and inspectors stamps on the reverse.

Painted as French emblem used on night fighters
flown by the Escadrille de Chase de Nuit (E.C.N)1-171 plane n.f.11-41 and 16

This piece measures 15.5 cm x 15 cm

Price is £50 Plus P&P
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Harrier AV-8

These are doors from a Harrier Jump Jet

They are the master pattern and each part come with a brass dataplate attached to the rear.

They have been painted with the Americas Marine Squadron Logos that are applied to the nose of their AV-8’s

Price £125 plus postage
DC-10

An original DC-10 main wheel Hub Cap.

The incised McDonnel Douglas Corporation logo has been painted in black enamel.

A fuel line stencil has been added to reflect the use of DC-10 and KDC-10 as inflight refuelling aircraft by American's and RNLAF.

It has a D ring to the reverse for hanging

Size is ca. 25 cm diameter

Price is £75 Plus P&P

Gloster Meteor No Sweat

Original NOS piece of Gloster Meteor - Stbd elevator trim tabs. Retaining the original RAF grey paint.

Painted as RAAF Meteors that were flown in the Korean War by the RAAF

Bowl em Over was a Meteor flown by RAAF 77 Sqdn that shot down a Mig 15.


Measures ca 77 cm (w) x 20 cm (h)

Price is £90 Plus P&P



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Lockheed P80 Shooting Star Trim Tab

This is a trim tab from the aileron of a Lockheed T-33 trainer that was used as a range target for several years.
The white and green paint are the original paint form when its as in service. This was a T33 that was leased to the Belgian Air Force.

The trim tab has a 176 part number that means it was the same part as on the P80 Shooting Star that in the mid 50s was reclassified as the F80 Shooting Star.

The Shooting star was the first jet aircraft that saw service with the US Air Force and was used in the Korean war.
In 1946 a Shooting Star was used to set a world speed record over a 1000 km circuit.

The aircraft 44-85123 had the star and words Sooting Star as painted on this panel

Panel is 15 inches x 4.5 inches x 1.5 inches.

Price is £80 inc UK P&P
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F 16 Nose art on sidewinder fins

These are Sidewinder missile fins.


The fin is painted on one side and “as received” on the reverse. It is mounted on a block of aluminium with felt base.

The panels are 25 cm x 21cm x 8 cm.

Painted to order and can be commissioned to any design.
Price £130 inc postage

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RAF Sepecat Jaguar Nose Art Panel

These are panels removed from a Sepecat Jaguar.

The Jaguar was initially developed as a collaboration between France and Britain for a training aircraft.

When the government cancelled TSR2 there was a gap in aircraft that the RAF needed, This was filled by purchasing F4's form the USA, Transferring Bucanneers from RN use and by transforming the Jaguar into a strike aircraft.

The strike capability meant that the Jaguar became a front line aircraft in Germany against the Warsaw Pact.

This panel was acquired from a Jaguar restoration and has the original green/grey paint .

The rear of the panel has the original yellow chromate primer English Electric Preston inspectors stamps and part numbers starting 121E.

The Flying can opener has the date of manufacture 1974.

We have added a grey circle and painted it with RAF 6 squadron emblem of a flying can opener and written Sepcat Jaguar on. The panel measures 21.5 cm x 49cm

Price £125 including UK postage


Yellow interior paint


RAF English Electric Lightning Fuselage Nose Art panel
This is an original fuselage panel made by English Electric at Preston for the Lightning.
The lightning was a supersonic fighter flown by the RAF in the 60s and 70s .
It can be seen on both sides of the fuselage just under the wing. A picture of an Aircraft at YAM shows the panel in situ.
The silver paint on the front and yellow paint on the rear are original.
This is a new old stock panel form stores and was un issued.

We have painted the 74 Squadron Tiger emblem and the RAF fin flash.
74 Squadron flew all silver F1 Lightnings with these markings on their tails.
The panel has hand written part numbers and inspectors number on the rear.
The air intake is held in place by deus fasteners and could be moved if needed. But it may damage the silver paint.
This is a large panels measuring 55.5 cm wide and 46.5 cm tall. Due to the castings and double skin it weighs a couple of kg.

We have added two d-rings to the rear to make it wall hangable.

Price £220 inc UK postage
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Russian Air Force Mig Panel

An original Russian Air Force Mig 27 access panel.

The Mikoyan Guervich 27 was a variable swept wing ground attack aircraft that NATO called the Flogger. It was introduced in the mid 70;s and also saw service with the Indian Air Force as well as other soviet block countries.
It has Mig Inspectors stamps to the rear and part numbers on the two ribs.

Original silver paint and aircraft serial number on the back.
Original green camouflage paint to the front along with red positioning stripe.

We have laser engraved the Russian star as well as the number 27 and Mig 27 profile into the surface of the pant on the front.

Panel measures 20cm x 16,5 cm
Price £85 including UK shipping
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Tornado Truffle snufflers


Original section of Panavia Tornado wing.

New Old Stock wing section with primer to the rear- The panel was cut into 3 and there were part numbers on another section. This is the last section remaining

Painted as Gulf War/ Operation Telic recon aircraft.

Truffle Snufflers was painted on the side of a Tornado GR4a ZG714 124 in 1993 when she flew with the RAF Marham wing of Tornados in Operation Telic


The Nose art features Scooby Doo and Daphne.

measures 38cm x 40 cm.

Price is £180 Plus P&P
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English Electric Canberra Indian Air Force

A section of rear fuselage from an English Electric Canberra built in 1954.

This aircraft was a T4 that was selected and prepared for shipping to India for use by the Indian Air Force.
Due to the 1966 Indo-Pakistan war the order was embargoed and the aircraft put into storage and then dispersed to a museum.

We obtained this section with the IAF roundel when the aircraft fuselage was disposed.
The Indian Air Force used many Canberras and had several other T4's.
The painting is rough and I suspect that the Museum volunteers repainted dates roundel over time.
A section of Canberra with an Indian Air Force Roundel - not common in the UK.

We have cut the end section off with a sliver of roundel.
The profile and name of the aircraft have been laser engraved into the paint.It is an attractive display item.

It measures 28 cm long x 23cm and has two stringers to the rear

Price £55 plus postage



Propeller Planes


planes that are post 1945 and still powered by propellers such as the Hecules and Cambera

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Coyote

C130 Hercules engine access hatches from an ex Belgian aircraft.

Hand painted with Nose Art not the original American grey paint.

Coyote - RAAF Gulf War (6.75 x 4.75 inches)

Price is £50 Plus P&P
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C119 Korean War Transport

This is a section of a C119 from the forward fuselage.

It has been painted as a US Korean war troop carrier C119 .

It has been painted with the artwork of the 782nd Air Transport group that was
painted onto C119 598 in the early 1950’s

The panel is 28 cm x 25 cm

Price £75 plus postage
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C119 Lucy

This is a section of the fuselage from a Fairchild C119 Flying Boxcar.

Famous as a cargo aircraft and paratroop drop ship she also saw use in Vietnam as a gunship the AC119 Shadow.

The rear has the original Fairchild green paint - we have stripped and primed/repainted the front in blackened adde dated text and artwork.

From our reference books is the image of a C119 gunship with the Peanuts pregnant Lucy artwork.
The reference says that the Pea-Nut Special was an AC-119K gunship of the 17th SOS at Phan Rang in 1969.

There are a couple of pregnant Lucy Nose art in Vietnam - usually assigning the paternity on Charlie Brown.

The C119 was also the aircraft that was used in both versions of the Flight of the Phoenix where a C119 carrying oil workers crashes in the desert and they build another aircraft from the remains.

This section of airframe comes from ex Belgian Air Force. Which was USAF serial number 51-2700 and Belgian serial CP-9.

It measures 45.5 cm tall and tapers form 27 to 22cm and is 2.5 cm deep.

The two stringers at the rear have D-rings to allow easy hanging.

Price £110 plus postage
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Hawker Hunter RAF etched profile wing fillet panel.

Please choose a panel from three different original Hawker Hunter aircraft panels.

The Blue paint is the original under body paint colour.
This is the wing fillet panel from under the starboard wing as shown in the last panel.
We have sectioned it into three panels and laser engraved the Hunter profile and name onto the paint.

The part with the original white stencil saying Wing measures 20 cm x 19 cm x 2.5 cm
The part with the original white stencil saying Pin Joint measures 26 cm x 19 cm x 2 cm
The panel without white stencil measures 26 cm x 18 cm x 2.5 cm.
Each weigh 200g.

Please select which panel you want from the selection list.
£65 plus postage
Hanging on the wall
Aircraft code WH291
RAF original Gloster Meteor under wing panel

This is an original panel that was removed from Meteor WH291 while it was being restored at Speke.
The panel had a steel dome that was corroded away.

We have cleaned it back to bare metal and the repainted the in original RAF grey and then painted the roundel and squadron markings on it.

The rear of the panel has the aircraft number stenciled on. WH 291 as well as the original structure with each part having an AW part number and inspectors stamp. This confirms that the panel was made by Armstrong Whitworth for Gloseter.

An image of the aircraft can be seen here. https://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=33627

This is a large /long piece of RAF jet and it measures ca .113 cm (w) x 44 cm (h) 3 cm deep
It weighs 2.2 kg.


Price £240 We have added shipping inside UK by Parcelforce Large

Civilian Aircraft
A selection of plane panels from the civilian fleet

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With the retirement of the Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet from several aircraft fleets we have decided to list some 747 parts that we have in stock.

We have a series of access hatches from the engine pylon of a Boeing 747.

Specifically these were removed from a Cathay Pacific aircraft that was dismantled several years ago in the UK.

All have the original green interior paint and bare aluminium outside.

So celebrate the retirement of the "Queen Of The Skies " with an original Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet part.



Boeing 737

30 by 25cm
Price £55 inc UK postage
These pieces are from the leading edge of the tail fin of the Boeing 737 Jet airliner, removed during the dismantling several years ago in the UK.

All have the original blue livery paint that was used on the tail by the carrier. The backs have a part number and date 1999 and are painted light green (original). on the back

4 are available, prices are for one only.

1 Laser etched Boeing and 737
2 Laser etched Boeing, 737 and profile of plane
3 Laser etched 4 profile of the plane to resemble a blue print
4 Blank to allow personal design not photographed
5 Laser etched image through the top surface of the paint to leave it pale blue. Date marked SOLD
6 Laser etched through to the aluminium below.

The panels are approx. 30 cm x 25 cm
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Piper Cub wheel hub

5 1/4 inches diameter and are mounted on 8 inch diameter wood. The wood is 1 inch thick and the whole piece is 1.5 inch thick.

Price £75 including UK postage

This is an original Piper J-3 Wheel hub cap from the 1940's.

It is an original pressed steel hub cap that we have mounted onto hand cut discs of American Black Walnut with wall mounting key slot to the rear.
They are held on with three stainless steel nuts and bolts and can be removed as necessary.
It has the word CUB pressed into the central boss.

The Yellow one - original CUB yellow paint as it was received.SOLD

The second in the shiny Bare Metal one that had only traces of the yellow paint left when we received it - so we stripped and polished it
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