HoratioQueeg Just got this nicely kit and directly went into some "camo" research
Just realized that the proposed paint scheme with the yellow on the fuselage, discontinued red band on the sides and the blue bands on the blasters doesn't fit at least for Luke's X-Wing in Episode IV.
Just as information to those who want to build it as it appeares in the movie.
Fiona Holden Well this is a yes and no! The full scale model in the hanger was a universal one, several pilots can be seen climbing in or putting on helmets with this one. The effects model as seen in the attack does have the broken line, yellow nose and "stripes on the guns. This seems to be a common mistake that people make when reviewing X-wing Kits. I have yet to see the Bandai one in the flesh though I am hoping to get one soon. Careful study of the film and still should enable a modeller to build "Luke's" T-65.
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