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Navy Phantom

ESCI | No. 4043 | 1:48

Boxart F-4B/J 4043 ESCI

Facts

Brand:
ESCI
Title:
F-4B/J Navy Phantom
Number:
4043
Scale:
1:48
Type:
Full kit
Released:
1980 | Rebox (Updated/New parts)
Topic:
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II » Jets (Aircraft)

Markings

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

McDonnell Douglas F-4B Phantom II
US US Navy (1794-now)
McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II
US US Navy (1794-now)

Box contents

Plastic sprue, Plastic sprue (Clear), Decalsheet (waterslide)

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Tsukuda Hobby
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Project: F-4B Phantom
1:48 F-4B/J (ESCI 4043)1:48 Martin Baker MK-7 Ejection Seats (True Details 048405)

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News Feed

Alexander Wallgren
I got this kit dirt cheap as well. Bought the True Details Ejection Seats. Does anyone know what interior would work with this kit in terms of aftermarket panels? Listed above is Zoukei-Mura. Just for shits and giggles I'm going to spend some time turning this into something nice. I haven't checked to see if the connecting part between the canopies is there. Guess I better do that first. Anyway, if anyone knows what PE pannel would work on this (i've checked all Italeri products and nothing) would you be able to give me a heads up. Enjoying this site so far, amazing resource.
11. April 2019, 08:56
Alexander Wallgren
Thank you very much, sir. I'm going to get one and do some custom fitting. Thanks a million!
11. April 2019, 21:20
Alexander Wallgren
Great idea. I was thinking of making whatever cuts and modicifations to an existing resin cockpit and retrofitting. I may just put a better cockpit in, though historically incorrect, for the sake of better detail. The idea of putting water slide decals on the panel just doesn't do it for me. Thank you guys very much. This website is an invaluable asset for gathering good intel from other modelers. Even if I have to burn some money to find out what works, I'm gonna do it. Perhaps fitting a resin cockpit and adding Eduard panel details. Now that I'm retired, I have nothing but time. Thanks fellas.
11. April 2019, 22:04
Holger Kranich
You are welcome, Alex! This site is worth gold!😉
12. April 2019, 06:29
Martin Oostrom
Quiet Holger! Tim might get the idea of a subscription fee 😉
12. April 2019, 07:38
Holger Kranich
That would be catastropic for my wallet, Martin!😎
12. April 2019, 09:12
Gary Edwards
So I got this kit for a really good price on a sale table (for $8). After I thoroughly inventoried the parts, I found it was missing the clear part between the front and back seats. I guess I know why I got is so cheap. Anyone have this old kit that they are using as a parts kit? I could sure use the part. TIA
Gary Edwards
Should be eight dollars..not sure where the smily face came from.......
9. April 2012, 21:44
Bill Gilman
That's interesting - I picked up an old Esci 1:72 ANG Phantom II (still sealed) and the same part was missing!
9. April 2012, 21:52
Burkhard D
An eight followed by a parenthesis creates this😎
The future is so bright, we gotta wear shades :-D
9. April 2012, 22:08
Gary Edwards
Ah.....thanks for the info. I'll know better next time... 😎
9. April 2012, 22:09

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