After reading your first post I too thought that stripping and re-painting probably was the best solution. Whenever I screwed up something in connection with the paint work and I tried to fix it it didn't work, you could always see the edge of the repair area, no matter how careful I sanded and polished so a full strip was the only way to go. But you've done a great save there!! I'm looking forward to seeing you painting the strip on, including the chevrons...the A-4 tail art looks great.
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