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This is the latest and greatest hi- tech model of the F-4, a rivet counter’s dream,it’s very accurate, goes together easily, requiring no filling of seams, minimum flash, instruction’s are easy to follow and an excellent decal sheet. highly recommended.
Hello Imodeler-friends, this is my latest build on the Eduard Ltd. Edition “Good Evening Da Nang”. Enjoy the pics!
Yes the navy will put floats on anything that flies. Both the floats and F-4 are from older builds, we couldn’t do a what if for the group so….A little ha ha.
1/72 Fujimi, my second F4, third Blue Angels, their twelfth, I separated the hook, modified the canopies for a better fit and added some Aeroclub MB5 seats, finished in MM and Humbrol enamels with Future over the kit decals, the […]
Hello gentlemans, I missed the phantom group build, but here is my result of last months work. I started build with removing protuding panels and re-scribing all panel lines. I improved cockpit with eduards photo-etched parts and perfect brassin seats. […]
Thanks to all who participated! There was great conversation – swapping of warnings, tips and tricks in the groups area, along with some cajoling and support along the way! Below are the pics of those who made the deadline, and […]
Celebrating the outcome of a recent Phantom II Group build, here are a few profiles of the aircraft drawn by Mr. Rick Kent (used with permission of the author). The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II was originally envisioned as a […]
My first F4, 1/72 Fujimi, I modified a few things, added Aeroclub seats, Model Tech canopy frames, True Details wheels and Mk 82 bombs from Hasegawa, finished in MM enamels with Future and Micro flat over kit, Hasegawa and Hawkeye […]
This is as far as I got with my group build, 1/72 Fujimi, I will post it properly when it is finished, thanks to Greg for organizing this.