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Phantom F-4C from 1:32 Tamiya kit

Hi everybody,

when I retired from business, in early 2008, I resumed my old hobby and started building plastic model kits in 1:32 scale.

From the beginning I concentrated on props, with two significant exceptions: A Canadair CL-13 under Italian flag done in 2009 and Thunderjet, still under construction.


Then last Summer, I had the opportunity to read the very nice book on Robin Olds and decided that the F-4C will be my first "modern" jet.

Some details on what I've done so far in the next post.









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58c668448a1d9_pianicoda.thumb.jpg.6be0762f976b4dba1d49e1399c1599bc.jpgdorso.thumb.jpg.8cd9fc41f4f5316200bb4766b9eacd57.jpgdorso.thumb.jpg.8cd9fc41f4f5316200bb4766b9eacd57.jpgOn the Phantom, my first concern was to correct the intake area. Besides there are still some little gaps, the job is almost done using plasticard and putty.

Second, I tried to take care of the several raised panels that, I understood, were not present on the real bird.

And finally, at least for the time being, the pylon for the belly thank.





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