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THE GRUBBY TRUTH!
Issue Number 20 January 2012
Happy New Year!
Welcome to the first Grubby Truth for 2012. We've got more new releases for you and a few new updates.
New Print Releases
Pilatus PC-12 Royal Flying Doctor Service
Pilatus PC-12/47E NGs/n 1187 VH-FVB
VH-FVB is a 2010 build PC-12 /47E NG manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. It is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67P engine, flat-rated at 1,200 which enable these aircraft to reach 280 knots (322 mph) maximum cruise speed. The RFDS PC-12 aircraft have a medivac fit out with a standard cabin accommodating two stretchers and seating for a Flight Nurse and Doctor.
The Bell 206 JetRanger has had a profound effect on the way helicopters are used. It was inexpensive, efficient, relatively quiet and , having a turbine engine, it was quite powerful
These prints celebrate the JetRanger and Kiowa family of helos in both military and civilian use. You'll find colourful airline markings, TV channel helos, Army Kiowas and civilian machines.
The Australian Army Kiowas are licence-built Bell 206B airframes constructed by Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation and designated 206B-1. They differ from military OH-58 airframes in detail, including a lack of any weapons capability. The CAC built 206B-1 Kiowas are unique in having a double hinged rear port cabin door and a removable door pillar, allowing the loading and carrying of stretcher-bound casualties. In 1971 56 Kiowas were ordered for the Australian defence forces. The first twelve were manufactured in the USA and then re-assembled in Australia with the balance being of Australian construction. Although in common use, the name “Kiowa” does not appear in any official Australian documentation for the aircraft.
The Italeri tow-truck build is progressing slowly. You can see progress at the build log on-site.
Grubby Fingers Prints
How much are they?
Grubby Fingers A3+ prints are AUD$25.00 ea. (inc GST, + P&H). PayPal and major credit cards (through a secure PayPal portal) are supported.
Does Grubby Fingers do commissions?
Yes, we do. If you are looking for that special gift or memento, we can produce a print of any aircraft or vehicle in any colour scheme at very reasonable rates, starting at just $175 including your first print.
We also do corporate and publishing work if you are looking for an eye-catching promotional image, have a book in the pipeline or if you publish a magazine.
What subjects are available?
The range of prints that Grubby Fingers has available is constantly growing. The subjects currently available include:
Agusta MH-68A Stingray
Beech Super King Air
Bell 205, UH-1H Iroquois
Bell 206B-1 "Kiowa"
CAC CA-18 Winjeel
CAC CA-27 Sabre
Cessna 205 Skywagon
Cessna 337, O-2 Skymaster
Dassault Mirage IIIO
Hino FF172 CFA Fire Truck
North American / CAC Mustang
Piper PA-20 Tri-Pacer
Piper PA-28 Archer
Piper PA-28 Warrior
Piper PA-32 Saratoga
Piper PA-44 Seminole
Thales Bushmaster PMV
All profiles are available in various colour schemes and variations, and custom orders are not a problem.
Where can I get them?
Grubby Fingers prints are available internationally through the Grubby Fingers on-line shop.
Grubby Fingers prints are available in Australia from the following retail outlets:
Australian National Aviation Museum
Ph: (03) 9580 7752
Richard Barker (RFDS Pilatus PC-12 Prints Only)