Wouldb be very interested in what you thought of this one if you build it.
22. March 2013 at 21:51:00
Byron Leal Garza The kit is one of the early phantoms from Hasegawa, it has raised detail and the tipical cockpit, it doen`t represent the navy rear workstation because it has the air force one, up to the Minicraft F-4B it was the only thin wing available. I have had this kit from a very long time. It just happens that I was updating my account. I will make it as the can opener version. Thanks for asking!
I picked up the USAirfix kit for cheap (if nothing else, I figured I could use it for spare parts), but haven't opened it yet. Not even sure it's an F-4B (it just says "F-4" on the box).
26. March 2013 at 13:46:36
Byron Leal Garza well, as far as I know and shooting from the hip; you are in for a Lot of work, mostly in the cockpit and forward fuselage areas; the WSO office is lower, it has a much smaller window area, the radar is smaller, the lip on the intakes is different, the motor are smaller, the tail is different. WOW!! you are in for a lot of work, really!! but you got to do what you have to do. Rigth? good luck!! and patience
31. March 2013 at 22:43:06
Andy Halper ha! Thanks for your analysis. Confusingly, I understand the F-4H was pre-F-4B, but I think there's only one vintage kit of the F-4H out there, and there's a good chance it might not be exactly 1:72. I figured the F-4B was going to be as close as I could get.
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