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  1. Sorry, forgot the link…. https://www.wolf3dresinparts.at/shop/sensoren-f-14-f-15-f-16-f-18.../an-aps-107a-homing-antenna/
  2. Hello, not sure if it‘s exactly the same, they look like but the designation is an other one? By the way Wolf3D resin parts have very nice stuff in excellent quality! Best regards, Jens
  3. Take care with the decals - they are printed very well, but to me the blue for the tanks and the insignia red seem to be to bright? I also have the Hasegawa kit with the VA-15 markings (kit with A-4B and -C noses) and the colours look more right compared to bottled paints and original pictures. And yes, I know about the „colour-accuracy“ of old pictures and screens etc….😎 Best regards, Jens
  4. Come on! Every plane is pre-shaded! This picture must be retouched.......😋
  5. Hello, sorry for "killing" your dreams, but this is a regular F-4D with the so called "hard-wing"! The hard wing has trailing edge and leading edge flaps as seen on the pics you posted. You can find the slated wing on the F-4E/F/G and in a slightly different version on the F-4S. There also were a few late RF-4E's with slated wings. Very early F-4E's (and the Japanese F-4E's...) still had the leading edge flaps. This is just the short explanation of the F-4 "wing-story"..... Best regards, Jens
  6. Are this seat and pilot right also for the MiG-29? http://www.aires.cz/en/product/soviet-fighter-pilot-with-ejection-seat-for-su-27-flanker/0-2842/ If I remember correctly I somewhere read that there are slight differences between the K-36DM for the Su-27 and the MiG-29? Best regards, Jens
  7. Yes, legitimate question! I was/am hoping that Barracuda releases a set for the ICM (and Revell) kit! MoFo seems to know more.... I'm looking forward! Best regards, Jens
  8. Yep, that is an awesome build!! Very convincing, slightly faded finish and I especially like the wear on the rotor ant tail rotor!! Best regards, Jens
  9. Thanks gents! The book "World's Fastest Single-Engine Jet Aircraft" is ordered and i have the "Wings of Fame" publication since years And thanks for the advise with the Meng-kit! It looks to be a excellent kit! I'm somewhat afflicted to my one scale . But maybe it's time for a extension to the smaller scale (now, when my eyes getting worse and worse ). I know a friend of mine owes the Meng F-102, maybe he also has the Delta Dart? A telefon call is long overdue (not just because of the F-106.....) Thanks again for the help and best regards, Jens
  10. Hello gentlemen, thanks a lot for your replies! The Detail & Scale publication is unfortunately of no value redarding my questions! Jari, I know that F-106 site and browsed a lot around! But I didn't come up with the idea to look at the manuals There is a lot of information, thanks for the link! Murph, I was thinking that the NACA-inlets were connected to the gun installation, thanks for the confirmation! I was afraid that the early Delta Dart didn't get the tape instruments - pah, building up a new IP is a cakewalk... And tha
  11. Maybe you find some inspiration here (even if you are not doing a Desert Storm A-7): http://www.dstorm.eu/pages/en/usa/a-7.html
  12. Hello, since a few weeks I'm highly attracted by my Trumpeter F-106! Unfortunately I want to build an "early" F-106 without the air refueling receptacle - so there's some extra work.... When the F-106 got their air refueling equipment, the heat exchanger air exit was incorporated directly in front of the air refueling ramp (where the hinges for the ramp are). Before the installation of the air refueling equipment took place the air exit was at the same location, but now I can't find any good pictures or drawings of the heat exchanger air exit on this p
  13. Hello, I also agree with you and Jonathan. And thanks for the comparison! I like my stash of Hasegawa F-4's..... But I think it's just fine that everybody has its own priorities in regards to a model kit - shape, surface-detailing, ease of build, details, price, manufacturer...... There is no reason for a hassle and offences ! Best regards, Jens
  14. You can save doing the intake covers by doing the full length (seamless) intakes O.K. not an easy undertaking, but it's doable! XMM already realized a few more or less complex intakes - Draken, Etendard, Skyray.... Best regards, Jens
  15. onescale

    F-4C

    Agree!! Best regards, Jens
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