Bill Gilman I have this kit about half-built. I've read that it's the most accurate Foxbat available, but get ready for a lot of filler!
30. July 2012 at 01:39:32
Pedro Matos yes, it's all broken down, the engineers did a poor job in my opinion
30. July 2012 at 01:43:13
Bill Gilman I wish there was more aftermarket for it - like resin cockpits, PE sets, etc. I've found bang seats and decal sheets but that's about it.
I do like how the rear tailfins are part of the fuselage sides. It makes it very easy to set the correct angle!
30. July 2012 at 16:54:19
Pedro Matos I believe there is a set from Pavla to do The camouflaged one(recon) that as cockpit, and decals i believe Begemot also produces good decals
30. July 2012 at 16:56:52
Vitor Costa Hi Bill, im building this kit, and i have (like Pedro says) the Pavla cockpit, not the best resin set ever but much better than the kit cockpit. I can put some pics if you would like to see it.
30. July 2012 at 17:01:49
Bill Gilman Pedro, thanks! I did purchase some Begemot decals, and you are right they are very nice. I will check out the Pavla cockpit, but they are not so easy to get in the US.
Vitor, yes it would be nice to see a picture. Thank you!
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