US Air Force Thunderbirds Interceptor
"Chameleon" Thuinderbirds Port Wing and Rudder
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Top Wing and Rudder
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Starboard Cockpit
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Overall Bottom View
"Chameleon" Thuinderbirds Starboard Rudder and Wing Pod
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Fore Landing Gear Doror Area
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Bottom Nosecone
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Top Wings and Rudders
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Port Top Wing
"Chameleon" Bottom Port Wing
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Bottom Fore Fuselage
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Rudder Tip Antenna Detail
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Wing Pod Detail
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Lower Starboard Tail Detail
"Chameleon" Thunderbirds Top Cockpit
White Thunderbirds Inside Rudder
White Thunderbirds Starboard Rudder and Wing
White Thunderbirds Wing and Aft Section
White Thunderbirds Wing and Aft Section
White Thunderbirds Wing Bottom
White Thunderbirds Overall Bottom
The Thunderbirds and "Chameleon" Thunderbirds skin kits are almost identical in detailing except for the subtle block "Chameleon" pattern of the "Chameleon" skin kit.
The skin kit graphics are based on the 2014 U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds show team "re-imagined" for the Interceptor of the late 21st century.
Each skin kit consists of three ultra-thin 8"x11" .002" thick permanent adhesive backed white polyvinyl sheets and instructions for application. When applied, the skins completely covers almost all exposed surfaces of the Interceptor model except for the fore and aft ends of the wing pods, tail cone, a very small portion of the nosecone tip, and a small area around the cockpit. The cockpit glazing is also of the same material. By completely covering the model, all traces of wood grain and body tube spirals are eliminated.

Totally eliminates the tedious application of water-slide decals. The skin kit adds about 6 grams to the weight of the model.
Other Interceptor Skin Kits are available including:
"Twilight" Chameleon Interceptor E: Overall Black with "chameleon" block pattern
"Twilight" Chameleon Interceptor: Overall Black with "chameleon" block pattern
"Midnight" Interceptor E: Overall Black without "chameleon" block pattern
"Midnight" Interceptor: Overall Black without "chameleon" pattern
"Phantom" Chameleon Interceptor: Overall pale Gray with subtle block "chameleon" pattern
White "Chameleon" Interceptor E: Overall White with subtle "chameleon" pattern
White "Chameleon" Interceptor: Overall White with subtle "chameleon" pattern
Classic White Interceptor E: Classic overall White with enhanced Original Detailing
Classic White Interceptor: Classic overall White with enhanced Original Detailing

For Estes Trajector:
"Phantom" Chameleon Trajector: Overall pale Gray with subtle block "chameleon" pattern

For Estes Cosmic Interceptor:
"phantom" Chameleon Interceptor: Overall pale Gray with subtle block "chameleon" pattern

Vindicator E:
"Desert Sky" Chameleon Vindicator E: Use Estes Cosmic Interceptor to create a scaled up "semi-clone" of the classic 1981 Estes Vindicator kit in the original sand-colored topside blending to a sky blue bottom side all with a subtle "chameleon" pattern.




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If you don't have an Interceptor kit, the skin kit also includes patterns and templates for the wings, fins, rudders and other parts, a parts list of parts readily  available from Estes or your local hobby store, and general instructions for creating your own Interceptor that is nearly identical to the Estes Kit!
The skins are very easy to install. You apply the skins as the model is being built (but they can be applied to an already-built model, too). No marking of the tube or tricky procedures are required. The tools you need are a sharp hobby knife and a metal straight edge. The wraps for the body tube are in multiple sections making application easier than applying one large skin. When the model is covered and built, a couple of coats of clear spray completes the model.
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