F-105D T-STICK II
Revell - Nr. 85-5866 - 1:48
|Product name:||F-105D T-STICK II|
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts
|Released:||2013 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)|
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13. August at 17:25:56 Share
Found one of these at Walmart.com for less than US $22!! That was with free shipping! Thought I would put that out there.
07. November 2015 at 22:50:30 Share
Add a comment » Kelly Pedron
Yeah, I picked one of these up last year. As far as I know, this is the first time the Thunderstick II mod has been kitted by Revell; I've been buying Monogram/Revell F-105's for 35 years now, and this is the first time I've seen the T-Stick II mod. I'm assuming Revell of Germany had some something to do with it, because it required all-new moldings for the two fuselage halves (although everything else looks the same).
03. February at 19:56:33
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11. November 2014 at 19:18:13 Share
Does this kit have a new fuselage? The older F-105 kits did not have the dorsal spine. According to Revell:
When the F-105 Thunderchief entered service in 1958, it was the heaviest single-engine combat aircraft. Today, the F-105 remains history's heftiest fighter, weighing close to 50,000 pounds (23,000 kg). It also packed a heavy punch-up to 14,000 lb of ordnance. Despite its weight, the F-105 could still achieve Mach 2 speeds. The Thunderstick II variant was equipped with and upgraded radar and target acquisition set that allowed it to bomb from 15,000 feet with incredible accuracy. This kit features a detailed cockpit with pilot figure and waterslide decals.
25. February 2014 at 04:16:12 Share
Go to the Scalemates page for this kit, scroll down and you'll see two reviews. The one from Model Kits Review has full sprue shots. It looks to me like Revell modified the Monogram tooling.
25. February 2014 at 05:20:31
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