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Custom Handpainted Nose Art for Jackets

Custom Handpainted Nose Art for Jackets

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  • Custom painted to your specs

  • All handpainted - no airbrushing!

  • On your jacket or ours

  • Lead time: approx 4-5 weeks

Your Price: $449.00
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Left Chest Art [+$75.00]
Right Chest Art [+$75.00]
Left Sleeve Art [+$60.00]
Right Sleeve Art [+$60.00]
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Want a Jacket that Stands Out in a Crowd?

We have partnered with a renowned WWII Nose Art artist to bring you custom designed Leather Jackets. Each garment is hand painted (no airbrush) and an individual work of art - no two ever the same. Pictured above in our gallery are some of the many WWII re-creations our artist has provided for customers. Choose a new Jacket from our collection or send us your own Jacket. Choose from our collection above, or submit your own design! We will attempt to re-create any artwork submitted. A good reference book on WWII Nose Art is Vintage Aircraft Nose Art, by Gary M. Valant, and For The Boys - the Racy Pin-Ups of World War II, by Max Allan Collins.

(Garment sold separately. General time from order to final delivery - approximately 3-5 weeks.)

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Please allow 4-6 weeks for artwork
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Custom Nose Art Handpainted Jacket
We ordered a G1 antique lambskin jacket with the 99th Fighter Sqaudron Tuskegee Airmen nose art painted on the back. In addition, we wanted something else to make the jacket more unique. At Herman''s suggestion, we had 4 additional Tuskegee Airman Squadron patches hand painted on both sleeves and on both side of the front. The order was placed, and eventually delivered to our Canadian address on time as promised with no problems. The combination of the high quality leather,the satin liner with the map of Europe, and the quality of the hand painting was amazing. This jacket looks like it will give decades of use. This was a Christmas present for my 20 year old son. The look on his face when he took it out of the box PRICELESS. He was totally at a loss for words. The Tuskegee Airmen Redtails black cap turned out to be the perfect compliment to the jacket. His friends seeing it, one a cadet in the Canadian Royal Militiary College were totally blown away.
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Reviewed by:  from Belleville, ON Canada. on 1/26/2008
5/5
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G1 with "Lucky Boy" Nose Art
The US Navy G1 Flight Jacket we ordered is excellent; your fitting instructions worked perfectly. The personal nose art we submitted to be painted on the jacket was expertly reproduced, and Herman''s suggestions regarding highlighting of the words and location placement of the squadron name on the belted back were welcomed and worked to perfection. We could not believe the quality of the workmanship, and the unbelievably fast international delivery. The original nose art makes this jacket stand apart form all others as a unique, one-of-a-kind item, and I can hardly wait for my old squadron mates to see it. We are completely satisfied, we will certainly be a returning customer, and will highly recommend Ace Jackets to everybody we know.
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Reviewed by:  from Windsor, ON Canada. on 4/19/2007
5/5
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Pilot
I am extremely pleased with the artwork on my B-3 jacket. It came out EXACTLY as I wanted. I would no question use Ace Jackets and their artist again. Great job. I am forever grateful !
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Reviewed by:  from Los Angeles. on 2/26/2016
5/5
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bronx bomber jacket
bronx bomber jacket
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Reviewed by:  from brazil. on 12/16/2015
5/5
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Owner
I did a lot of research before I purchased this order. I checked about 6 or 7 sites; I even bought one jacket on spec from one site and returned it because I didn't like the way it fit. This is by far and away the best jacket I could buy for my money. (I spent a total of $1200 on the whole thing: That includes the $549 I spent on the initial jacket—The Cockpit Modified G-1 Leather Flight Jacket—plus the nose art, which consists of a large, Navy Chit on the back, 5 small Japanese flags, U.S.N. painted underneath the collar, and an officer's US flying wings on the front (on the left front, about 2 1/2 inches wide.) I only can say that the jacket is beautiful. Warm. Wear's with ease and comfort (especially while driving my 1979 Corvette in Northern California), and when it gets warm, the mouton collar comes off with ease. My dad was a flyer in WWII (or as family lore has it). Officially (and according to his official naval records) he was a second lieutenant (read: Second Looie) on a minesweeper in the South Pacific. He was, though, given the American Theatre Ribbon, the American Theatre Ribbon-1 star, and the Victoria Ribbon World War II. That's according to his official records. The family lore has it differently. I am exceptionally proud to wear this jacket as a tribute to the Old Man. Heads turn wherever I go (I'm not sure if that's because of the Corvette or because of the jacket or because of both. Who knows?) On the inside, I had something special done—I had The Naval Flyers Creed—sewn into the lining (from a different distributor). I don't know if I said so, but this jacket is a mark of pride and salutation for what the boys (they were not “men” until they went through The War) for 4 years, both they, their buddies, and of course, their families. It was a different world back then. I am 56-years-old today, I am proud to have a small part in what they played, they prayed, and some of them died for. My father was lucky enough to come out of it alive, and he lived until the ripe old age of 74. He didn't talk much about his years in the war. It just wasn't done then. Maybe now it would have been different, but then. . . Well. . . Here's to you, Dad. May you Rest in Peace, with Grace and Thanks. Forever, Your Loving Son, Carl.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Pacific Grove CA. on 8/25/2014
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