Monogram - Nr. 5006 - 1:109
Voodoo F-101B Tubojet interceptor
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30. December 2012 at 18:28:25 Share
View full thread with 15 comments Erik Houghton
That's the one! Of course, can probably find older boxings of the 'new' Revell mold for about the same price the 2013 release will retail for, but it will hopefully come with some really good and interesting markings.
02. January 2013 at 07:58:30
Have you built any Voodoo kits? I'm seeking a 1:72 F-101A, but since it appears to be the rarest kit, I'm going to have to be content with back-dating a B or a C.
02. January 2013 at 15:03:15
Haven't built a Voodoo since I was about 11, back in the wee early 80's. AFAIK, my brother and I slapped it together very quickly, and then loaded it with a rather large bottle rocket....
02. January 2013 at 18:00:52
Erik, the earlier boxing of the 1/72 scale voodoo's are about $60 on eBay. The matchbox kit (which is not as good as the Revell tooling) can be found for about $40. I've built a lot of CF-101's over the years and those kits are becoming a rare breed. It'll be nice to have fresh stock out there.
02. January 2013 at 18:31:55
Would you know if all the CF-101s were two-seaters?
05. January 2013 at 02:54:44
Yep. all CF-101's were B types. They were delivered in two batches. The first batch had no IR sensor on the nose and had an air scoop on the portside forward beside the forward gear bay. The second batch had that air scoop replaced by an NACA stype intake and had an IR sensor mounted on the nose.
05. January 2013 at 05:13:23
Oh, almost forgot; With the exception of the EF-101, all black, electronic warfare voodoo, no Canadian CF-101 had formation strip lights. Only the EF-101 had those strip lights.
05. January 2013 at 05:15:44
Add a comment » Andy Halper
OK, thanks David. Seems like nose of F-101C is still easier to back-date to a F-101A, even considering the building-up-with-putty bits. Very much enjoying your Canadian livery though.
05. January 2013 at 05:55:31
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