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1/72 US Air Force F-4D Fighter First MiG Ace (First Limited Special Edition)

by  Fine Molds
Product Description
This item is an injection-plastic jet aircraft model kit.   Click here for sizing chart.

The F-4 jet fighter, which was developed as the first all-weather twin-engine carrier-capable fighter of the U.S. Navy, followed the B-type that was deployed in 1961, and the Air Force also changed the aircraft to an Air Force-standard electronic device and bombing system. This was known as the F-4C. Deployment began in 1964, and from April 1965, it was stationed in South Vietnam and Thailand in a mission to wipe out MiG fighters. The F-4D has updated the radar and bombing control system from the C type to improve the detection system for low-altitude targets and bombing accuracy. The so-called Vietnamese camouflage has become the standard paint from the production stage of this D type. Decals are included to reproduce the markings of the aircraft that became the first MiG ace during the Vietnam War, and the aircraft in the group commanded by Colonel Chuck Yeager, commander of the FTFW (4th Tactical Combat Air Wing) at the time. The first-release edition of this kit comes with a plastic pilot figure by Tamiya! Order yours today!


Assembly Guide
Code:
FNMFP47S
Series:
1/72 Aircraft
Date Released:
Package Size/Weight:
Not Yet Known
Manufacturer:

Fine Molds

Sept. 2021 Release

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List Price:
¥4,100
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¥3,280
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¥820
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