scalemates I asked the contributor who added the 2 kits, I know he is busy adding stuff from old catalogues so let us wait for his feedback
18. June 2013 at 05:45:31
Günther Debiscop I have this information from the book "PAK-20, Plastic Aircraft Kits of the 20th Century". Unfortunatly there is no release date or picture of it in that book. I'm convinced that it existed as the book is a kind of bible for kit collectors and has been made by a collector himself (founder of the Kit Collectors Clearinghouse).
Dirk Fries Thanks a lot guys. So this kits seems to be some vintage stuff and has nothing in common with the brand new F-4B "VF-111 Sundowners" (Academy 12232, 1:48) . I'm not that much into jets, but I was wondering if Academy would use the base of the new kit for some other versions of the Phantom.
18. June 2013 at 16:05:37
Frank Richter It's a Fujimi Tooling I think, as they also used/shared Mirage III (and T-38/F-5A also?) tools, don't they ?
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