Fine Molds has released the F-4E (early model) during the Vietnam War in 1:72 scale

"New product shipped today"...........................Fine Molds

The kit is a rework of the newly tooled [2020] F-4EJ with additional parts.

Kit features

★ Reproduce the F-4E (early model) during the Vietnam War.

★ The tip shape of the nose Vulcan cannon is supported by additional parts.

★ RHAW antenna on the vertical stabilizer is also supported by special parts.

★ Reproduce the Southeast Asian (SEA) camouflage aircraft.

★ The central part of the fuselage is integrally molded with a slide mold.

★ The conspicuous parts division line is divided by the panel line as much as possible.

★ The inside of the cockpit and other details are precisely reproduced by laser engraving.

★ The small holes lined up in the splitter vanes are also reproduced by engraving.

★ The inside of the abdominal heat exhaust hole and the inside of the leg storage are precisely reproduced.

★ The canopy can be opened and closed. The closed canopy is a separate part.

★ The horizontal stabilizer is designed so that the mounting angle can be easily and accurately fixed.

★ The heat-resistant plate on the tail is a separate part. Can be assembled after painting.

★ Overall length about 266 mm,total width about 164 mm, total height about 69 mm

★ Number of parts 156 points +decal

★ Markings are included for 2 machines

FP41 - US Air Force F-4E fighter (early model)"Vietnam War" – 1:72

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