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Hi Phantom Phreaks, two new items have just been released on my website, both for the Tamiya F-4B (and possible future release Phantoms). 1: A centreline pylon. It fits onto the kit's mounting tab with an easy modification. https://www.hypersonicmodels.com/product/f-4-phantom-centreline-pylon-tamiya- 2: Early type McAir 370gal wing tanks with pylons for the Tamiya kit. These tanks were initially used on all F-4B (and F-4C) before the advent of the Sgt. Fletcher tanks. They remained in use into the early 70s. https://www.hypersonicmodels.com/pr
Hi, Just finished this F-4B in VF-51 Screaming Eagles CAG Colors. This jet Killed one MIG and displayed the 4 MIG kills the squadron scored on its last Vietnam cruise. The kit is the new Zoukei-Mura F-4J kit with the following additions: Accessories used: Eduard Brassin F-4B wheels Master Metal Pitot tubes and AOA Sensor Eduard Brassin Seats w/ PE Scratch Built items are: Chine Pod Fin Cap Thin wing including the wheel well and speed brakes Non-Slatted Plain Elevator F-4B WSO left side panel F-4B WSO Upper and Mi
Two new 1/32 F-4 Phantom releases. Both now in stock and available to order (Aug 12) www.AOAdecals.com 32-021 VMFA-334 Falcons: Lovebug 5 - UMSC F-4J Phantom in the Vietnam War & Japan A relatively simple sheet, only one aircraft is covered (can be represented either from Vietnam or later in 1969 when -334 were in Japan). Although VMFA-334 Phantoms have been covered before, the falcon insignia in particular was somewhat lacking until now as well as correct size (large) numbers. National insignia, intake warnings, as well as a few other data stencils/markin