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hawg53

Revell Sea King Mk 41

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Good morning all.  I have a question.  About a year ago I bought the Revell Sea King Mk 41 kit off e-bay.   I finally got around to look at the kit and noticed it also had a plastic bag with parts for another type of Sea King.  Does anyone have a clue on which other version the other parts are for?  Thanks for your help.

 

Bob

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If you are asking about the 1/72 scale kit, it shares it's sprues with the previously released Sea King HAS.6 and AEW.2 kit. Those parts may be for one of those two versions.

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Cool.   thanks for the info.   And yes it is from the 1/72 scale kit  

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By the way, the Revell kit is a decent kit with maybe slightly too small wheel sponsons (not really noticeable unless beside a model with correct sponsons) but remember that it is strictly a Westland built machine from the box and can't be built as a Sikorsky built machine without a bit of modification.   The big point is that Westland has a bulge on the port side of the engine fairings (over a different APU) that has to removed for a proper Sikorsky built machine. As to other kits in 172, the Fujimi does not have the bulge, the Cyber Hobby includes the bulge as a separate part to added or left off as needed and the new Airfix, while probably the best, is also a Westland built machine with the bulge......

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