Tamiya 1/32 McDonnell F-4 C/D Phantom Model Kit

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Tamiya 1/32 McDonnell F-4 C/D Phantom Model Kit

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    In May 1958, the McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom II prototype was rolled out of their facility at Lambert Field, St. Louis, Missouri. It was a very large aircraft for a fighter and it was not very pretty by aviation standards. It looked like some giant had stepped on its nose and kicked it in the tail; however, it flew on the 27th of that month and is still flying today, 5,195 Phantoms later. From these beginnings until well into the 1970's the F4 Phantom II would be the primary fighter aircraft of the free world. 

    Key Features

    Plastic pieces attached to sprues molded in light grey
    Ready to assemble precision model kit
    Kit can be constructed into either the Phantom 4C or 4D
    Includes two unassembled, highly detailed pilots to seat in craft
    Comes equipped with a full weapons load including:
    -Left and right inboard pylons
    -4 AIM-7E Sparrow rockets
    -1 ALQ-87ECM pod
    -4 AIM-9E Sidewinder rockets
    -TER and MER racks
    Other notable accessories include an entry ladder, a LORAN antenna, and chaff dispensers
    Accurately reproduced exterior and cockpit
    Canopy will open and close
    Die-cast metal landing gear struts
    Solid Synthetic-Rubber Tires
    Many waterslide decals that add a great deal of detail to both the exterior and the interior of the craft
    Detailed pictorial instructions.

    Specs

    Scale:  1/32
    Length: 23-3/4" (60.5cm) (fuselage)
    Width:  14-1/2" (36.5cm) (wingspan)  

    Requires

    Assembly
    Paint
    Hobby Knife
    Cement

    DUE TO SMALL PARTS THAT MAY BE SWALLOWED KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN AGE 3 AND YOUNGER.

    Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Manufacturer Tamiya America [TAM]
    MPN 60305
    UPC 4950344603053
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