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  1. Here you go. https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10234924 Not sure if you can find stand-alone decals though. Mark
  2. You might wanna switch to a gloss from a spray can. It goes on more evenly and won't "eat" into your acrylic paint unless you spray it too thick. Mark
  3. Out of curiosity, did you brush the flat clear on? Mark
  4. No. The twin tubs have a different canopy shape vis a single seater. Mark
  5. Pretty sure it is because the F-4EJ Kai is still a "hard wing" Phantom. The OP wants a late E with slatted wings. Mark
  6. I'm all ready for an SG conversion (or 6) in 1/72! Mark
  7. I’d say the best starting point would be the Academy F-15K. Most of the required parts are already in the box. Just need to provide the cheek fairings, tailbooms and antennae on the upper fuselage. You can view the kit instructions here to get an idea of what is included: https://www.scalemates.com/products/img/7/9/4/930794-56-instructions.pdf Mark
  8. I don’t think block 30s have the bulged main gear doors like the 50s so you’ll still need to find a donor from a Thunderbird kit. Also, the main wheel hubs are different. Mark
  9. There’s also the Academy kit. https://www.scalemates.com/kits/academy-12418-kf-16c-fighting-falcon-rok-air-force--107307 Mark
  10. Back in the 1980s and as part of its modernisation efforts, the Republic of Singapore Air Force chose the General Dynamics F-16 to replace its fleet of aging Hawker Hunters. Under the Peace Carvin I FMS program, the United States sold a total of 8 F-16s (4 As and 4 Bs) to the RSAF. These aircraft were received by the RSAF and were initially based at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona where the Air Force sent a detachment of pilots and ground crew to train under the USAF. On 9 January 1990, these 8 Vipers arrived in Singapore and were inducted into 140 Squadron "Osprey". This is the Hase
  11. https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10467599 https://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10467600 Mark
  12. KA Models does a really nice exhaust. http://ka-models.co.kr/?product=se-148-f-16-ab-cd-block-253242-pw-exhaust-nozzle-set-for-tamiya-openedclosed http://ka-models.co.kr/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/IMG_0166.jpg Mark
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