Our B-24 panel is a muli-piece panel and contains over 200 rivets. 

 

 

LTD. ED. Artist Signature Series

American Beauty

B-24J-205-CO 44-41251

375BS, 308BG

 

This is the Second in this series and includes serial numbers stamped into the metal, artist signature, photo documentation and a COA. They will be numbered consecutively up to 200.

$655.00
18"x40"

 

 

 

 

LTD. ED. Artist Signature Series

Heavenly Body

B-24J-50-CO 42-73484

400BS, 90BG

 

This is the first in this series and includes serial numbers stamped into the metal, artist signature, photo documentation and a COA. They will be numbered consecutively up to 200.

$655.00
18"x40"

 

Lady Luck

PB4Y-1 BuNo 38892

VPB-111
This aircraft belonged to the commander of VPB-111 in late 1944 whilst Lt. Cdr. J.V. Barry was the 'PPC'. The PBY4-1 also carried the AAF serial 44-41279. It flew for the first time on July 1944, and was delivered to the Navy eight days later.

 

40"x18 $425.00


 

 

 

 

Naval Body

PB4Y-2 BuNo 59406

VPB-121

These PB4Y-2 Privateers had radar and radar counter measuring equipment shown here as blisters.

Quite the elaborate piece. We added the name and a kill flag to this panel for balance.

$655.00 Ltd. Ed. Artist Series, signed and numbered by the artist.

 


Surprise Attack

B-24M-15-FO 44-50956

374BS, 308BG, 14AF CBI

Not a lot of info at this time except that the original panel is on display at the American Airpower Heritage Museum in Midland ,TX. This Vargas girl appeared on several a/c during the war.

18"x40" $425.00

 


 



Sack Time

B-24-M 44-50797

374BS, 308BG, 14AF

Not much info on this a/c other than the group primarily conducted night missions in search of enemy submarines and shipping, hence the black paint. This artwork was widely used on many planes throughout the war and is an accurate depiction of the Alberto Varga illustration that appeared on the aircraft. The original panel survived the smelters and is on display at the American Airpower Heritage Museum in Texas. Unfortunately, it is painted in the wrong color scheme. Further analysis is discussed in Velasco's new nose art book as to how and the possibility of error on its historical significance. Velasco has aquired the only known photos of SACK TIME and proves that this is the correct color scheme

18x40" $455.00

 


 

Million $ Baby

B-24 44-50768

403BS, 43BG 5th AF

Our prototype panel. The production panel has the stencil block info on the upper left corner of the panel although the real one was painted over where the dollar sign is.

18x40" $425.00

 


 

 

Axis Nightmare

B-24D 41-24138

373GS, 308BG 14th AF

It appears that the lettering is also white but upon studying other color photos from the squadron, yellow was the color used. The stencil block info is not in its correct place, but aesthetically pleasing in our panel.

18x40" $425.00

 


Booby Trap

B-24 44-40193

321BS, 90th BG 5th AF

One of the most colorful groups in the Pacific, the Jolly Rogers had in common the skull and cross bones incorporated within the art work of their aircraft.
No single heavy bomber unit in the AAF has ever claimed to beat the Jolly Rogers record in the number of enemy attackers shot down.. Their sobriquet was named after their Commanding Officer Col. Art Rogers appropriatly. Col. Rogers flew The Connell Special.

18x40" $455.00

 


 

 

Lucky Strike

B-24M 44-41876

530BS, 380BG 5th AF

It is unclear that this art work was done with an air brush, most likely not but upon studying several other photos we decide to paint by brush in its traditional form.

18x40" $455.00

 


 

Peace Offering

B-24M 44-50811

529BS, 380BG 5th AF

This is the prototype pannel. The production panel is reversed painted on the correct starboard side.

18x40" $425.00

 


 

Playmate

B-24J 44-40791

867BS, 494BG 7th AF

The position of the art work on this panel is offset to fit because of the fire extinguisher door.

18x40" $455.00

 


 

 

Shoo Shoo Baby

B-24H 42-95197

704BS, 446BG 8th AF

Same art as on Playmate but a different artist rendered this version.

18x40" $455.00

 


 

 

Photo Fanny

B-24J (F-7) 42-73157

2Photo Charting Sq.

Not much on this aircraft but cool colors.

18x40" $455.00

 The reference photos on this page are strictly used for identification purposes only.

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