Choppa Nutta Correct Holly & Lukasz
Spitfire, Bf109 and then the Phantom
Seems the Panavia Tornado has "only" 190 kits in the database, which is still rather a lot
yeah it's nice to see both Revell and Airfix upping their game, although bear in mind that Revell has just paid for a renewed Star Wars license recently so that might effect their new releases and toolings schedule etc. perhaps anyway, this is merely my speculation of course
2. August 2016 at 13:10:27
Germen V Yes, at Revell they dare to come re-release a old 'misformed' kit e.g. the 727-100
2. August 2016 at 17:20:04
Cesar Muniz I will not paint mine with this blue/gold collor, I want to do the vietnam green/tan camo, anyone knows if there are visual diferences from german F-4F and the american F-4E ?
2. August 2016 at 17:45:38
Choppa Nutta nothing obviously different between the F4-E & F versions I can see
Germen V the only differencce on the outside is that the F4F doesn't have the slotted stabilo's and due to the simplified avionics it was not capable of wearing Sparrows.
2. August 2016 at 18:36:17
Rex It would also depend on which F-4E you are talking about, because there was more than 1 "F-4E" depending on time period, build blocks, and upgrades. Even that sample photo linked to shows an F-4E with slatted wings and ARN upgrade on the spine ahead of the tail,,,,and the long Midas gun muzzle.
2. August 2016 at 18:45:05
Germen V a lot off, rebuilding, retrofitting and upgrading has been done on all variants off the F-4 so the best is to have photo reference of the A/C that you are going to build.
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