Scalemates, scale modeling database | stash manager
scale modeling database | stash manager

Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent

(Resin Conversion for AMT/ERTL EC-135C)

Maintrack Models | No. 72:42 | 1:72

Boxart Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent 72:42 Maintrack Models


Brand:Maintrack Models
Title:Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent (Resin Conversion for AMT/ERTL EC-135C)
Type:Detail set
Released:1992 | Initial release - new tool
Topic:Boeing 707 » Jets (Aircraft)

Box contents


None of our partner shops or mates has this currently for sale.

In-box reviews


External reviews

We don't know about any in-box reviews for this Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent (#72:42) from Maintrack Models.



Wishlist (6 mates)

Stash (2 mates)

Started (0 mates)


Completed (1x)


Manage your stash »

Related products

Full kits
1:72 KC-135A (Italeri 1353)
KC-135A Stratotanker
Italeri 1:72
1353 2014 | Changed decals
Detail and Conversion sets

All related products in 1:72 »


All books » (27 in total)


All walkarounds » (22 in total)

News Feed

Kenneth Lamury
Took 15 years of searching to find this conversion kit. Used an AMT/ERTL KC-135A and two AMT/ERTL EC-135C kits to get the nose cut correctly. Did not use the HAVE-SENT flare dispensers on the engine struts as I used aftermarket CFM56 engines. Did not use the aft ventral part as I used an EC-C kit which already has that feature. Did not use the SPECTRE RESINS E-System's forward side cheeks, but should have to match the CFM56 engine conversion. The tail fin part was optional as these two birds now fly without this radome. Once the nose was properly cut, the kit went together easily. Decals were from an AMT/ERTL RC-135V and the EC-135C kits.
27. January 2015, 14:54
Ken, Thanks for detailing your conversion. Yes, many changes in antennae / engine fit depending on timeframe depicted. Would love to see some pictures! R/ Dutch
20. February 2015, 16:16

More about the Boeing 707 jet

The Boeing 707-page contains all related products, articles, books, walkarounds and plastic scale modeling projects dedicated to this aircraft.

This topic is categorised under: Aircraft » Jets » Boeing 707