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F-14 Tomcat VF-31 "Felix 101" (Fine Art Print)
Sale Price: $39.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNF14 -

    The F-14 Tomcat was an icon of US naval aviation for 35 years. The Tomcat was retired from service in 2006. This print depicts "Felix 101" of the naval squadron VF-31 "Tomcatters" in the markings and colors she wore during the unit's final cruise with the Tomcat.Mark Karvon images are printed on Epson Somerset Velvet Fine Art Paper using Epson Ultrachrome professional archival inks. Paper is acid free, 100% cotton, archival quality.Note the images shown may contain a copyright or watermark....

    F4-U Corsairs on Patrol "Pirates of the Pacific" (20" x 30" Limited Edition Print)
    Sale Price: $175.00
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    Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNVF17 -

      Earlier this year I was contacted by an associateof the VF-17. The gentleman is spearheading a number of projects regarding the history of the VF-17 "Jolly Rogers" fighting squadron of World War II fame. One of the projects involves the renaming of the Muskeegon County airport in Michigan after the squadron's top scoring ace, Ike Kepford. It is planned to rename the airport in the spring of 2008. The project not only includes new signs for the airport and vicinity but also for a 3/4 scale...

      X-15 "The Record Setter (Fine Art Print)
      Sale Price: $44.95
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      Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNX15 -

        The X-15 was designed to explore hypersonic speeds in excess of Mach 6 and altitudes over 300,000 feet. The aircraft was powered by a rocket engine dubbed "the million horsepower engine". There were three X-15 aircraft built and they were flown from 1959 though 1968. On August 22, 1963, flying the number 3 aircraft, pilot Joe Walker set a new altitude record of 354,000 feet. Such altitudes are considered above Earth's atmosphere. For this reason many of the X-15 pilots were awarded astronaut...

        "Shay Locomotive" (Pencil Print 11" x 14")
        Sale Price: $39.95
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        Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNSHAY -

          Named for it's designer Ephriam Shay, this type of locomotive features logitudinal shaft drive which powers axles through bevel gears. This arrangement gives high torque and relatively low speeds and is not tough on rails as the big drive wheels of a more conventional locomotive. Quite a few Shays have survived and are in operating condition around the USA.

          A-10 Thunderbolt II "Warthog" (Fine Art Print)
          Sale Price: $39.95
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          Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNA10 -

            Officially named the A-10 Thunderbolt II, this unique aircraft is known as the "Warthog" by those who operate and maintain it. Some say it is an ugly airplane but when called upon to deliver close air support by those in need, it is the most beautiful airplane in the sky. Literally an airplane built around the powerful GAU-8 Avenger rotary cannon, the A-10 can deliver a devastating amount of firepower against the most armored or hardened targets. Additionally the airplane carries 1200 lbs of...

            A-34 Comet Tank "Endgame" (Fine Art Print)
            Sale Price: $44.95
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            Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNA34 -

              A-34 Comet Tank "Endgame" (Fine Art Print) by Mark Karvon Aviation ArtItem Number: MKNA34The A34 Comet is widely regarded at Britian's best all around tank of World War II. It didn't enter service until December of 1944 so it didn't have a chance to make a major impact. The Comet is generally considered the relative equal of Germany's legendary Panther.

              Angie & Company (Fine Art Print)
              Sale Price: $39.95-$74.95
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              Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNP47 -

                Apollo / Lunar Module "Men From The Planet Earth" (Fine Art Print)
                Sale Price: $44.95
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                Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNALM -

                  On July 20, 1969 men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon. They came in peace for all mankind.After several Apollo missions to test the harware, navigation and maneuvers required for a lunar landing, the crew of Apollo 11 became the first to accomplish the goal. The Apollo Lunar Module was the first true spaceship designed and flown by man. It could only operate in the vacuum of space. It not only served to ferry two men to and from the surface of the moon it also served as their...

                  Apollo / Saturn V "Apollo to the Moon" (Fine Art Print)
                  Sale Price: $44.95
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                  Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNASMOON -

                    The Saturn V rocket was developed in the 1960s as part of America's goal to land a man on the moon. It was determined the job would be best accomplished by three men. In order to send them and their equipment a huge rocket of incredible power was necessary in order to escape the pull of Earth's gravity. Standing 363 feet tall and weighing approximately 6.7 million pounds at launch, the Saturn V developed 7.5 million pounds of thrust which initiated the acceleration to speeds in excess of...

                    B-17 Stratofortress "Almost Home" (Fine Art Print)
                    Sale Price: $39.95-$74.95
                    Availability: Normally Stocked
                    Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNB17 -

                      B-47E Stratojet of the 306th BW (Fine Art Print)
                      Sale Price: $39.95-$74.95
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                      Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNB47E -

                        C&NW Class E-4 "Chicago & North Western Class E-4" (Fine Art Print)
                        Sale Price: $44.95
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                        Mark Karvon Aviation Art Item #: MKNCNWE4 -

                          Built in 1938 by the American Locomotive Company (ALCo), the Class E-4 Hudsons were meant to haul the Chicago & North Western Railroad's prestigious "400" trains. They were amongst the biggest Hudson type locomotives built; even larger than the New York Central's famous Hudsons. With six 84" drivers the Class E-4 was built for speed. The locomotives never had the chance to show their stuff on the "400" trains however as they were superceded by the new diesel locomotives that were coming into...