HTK-CS101 Modern Swedish AF paint set vol. 1
Standard colours of Swedish aircraft from late 1950s till early 1990s
Early Swedish AF jet fighters (incl. Saab 29 Tunnan) wore overall natural metal livery and were to be camouflaged only in case of war.
In early 1960s tests were carried out to find appropriate colours for Saab 35 Draken, as the standard olive green (Green Drab, 325M) commonly used at that time (incl. on Saab 32 Lansen) was considered too light. In 1964 the "2-colour" camouflage (328M + 438M / 058M) was introduced on all Saab 35 Draken variants plus on Sk 60 and Sk 61 of the Air Force.
Famous 4-colour "splinter" camouflage was introduced onto all variants of Saab 37 Viggen in early 1970s and subsequently adopted on various Swedish AF, Army and Navy aircraft