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I have done a few things for the Tanmodel RF-84F. It is a very nice kit with just a few “issues”. The outer main wing ailerons are too narrow, leaving a gap between the fuselage and inner ailerons. The wheels need to be slightly taller and wider, with better hub details, and the exhaust needed to be a bit larger in diameter and “seamless” with better “sugar scoops”. I also added the tail skid, some didn’t have them bolted up, but most did. I poured 20 sets and will send them to Sprue Brothers if there is enough interest. I could use some feedback. Thanks, Harold (AMS Resin)
Hello, Here's my just finished 1/48 RF-84F. It's the Tanmodel kit, and I used Caracal Decals to do it as one from the 38th TRS, 10th TRW, based at Spangdahlem AB in West Germany between 1955 and 1958. This is part of a little project of mine to build all the different planes and units that were based at Spangdahlem at some point. This is the 5th build for that, after an F-4G, A-10A, F-15C and F-105F. The Tanmodel kit is a lovely model, in my opinion. The panel lines and rivets are a bit deep, and a little inconsistent, and the camera assembly in the nose is a bit tricky
Dear forum members and our modeller friends; We will be glad to announce you our new kit that is the result of collaboration with the famous Japanese kit manufacturer, PLATZ. We are going to put on market the PLATZ 1/72 T-33 kit with AC-14 code having engine details which you all know well but struggle to find especially in European markets under TANMODEL label with special box content. Special box content that we prepared for you includes premium quality Cartograf print decal set with rarely seen range in 1/72 scaled kits, mask set for clear parts and A5 size leaflet i