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1/72 Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-1 6th Squadron Final Year 2006

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

The F-1 is the first domestically produced Japanese fighter aircraft after the war, developed for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. It was based on the T-2, the first supersonic advanced training aircraft developed in Japan. The first mass-produced version made its first flight in 1977, and was deployed that same year. It protected the skies over Japan until 2006. It's equipped with two TF40-IHI-801A turbofan engines from Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries, and its maximum speed was Mach 1.6. It was equipped with a 20mm Vulcan cannon as well as various bombs and rockets. It was also able to equip a domestic ASM-1 air-to-ship missile, demonstrating its high ability as a multirole fighter.

This kit from Platz includes decals to mark it as the F-1 of the 6th Squadron, which was retired in 2006, in special "final flight" paint. The kit itself is highly detailed down to the panel lines and the sharp shape of the fuselage, as well as its delicate landing gear. The cockpit interior is also finely detailed. Order yours today!

  • [Size]: Approximately 24cm long, 10cm wingspan when completed
  • [Includes]: Decals
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Aug. 2021 Release

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