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Eduard's Limited Edition 1/48 scale
F-4J Phantom II

by Michele Mioche

McDonell Douglas F-4J Phantom II


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Description

 

Here is my F4-J Phantom "Rocking Rhino" Eduard Limited Edition.

The basic kit is produced by Academy which, originally, is very beautiful with a very fine engraving, very intelligent architecture and a wide range of weapons.

Eduard brings resin parts (wheels, ejection seat, nozzles, etc.), photo etched parts, paintings maks (cockpit, wheels) and, above all, two very beautiful decals sheets for 5 decorations (3 of the US NAVY, 2 of the Marines) and numerous stencils.

 

 

I chose to build a VF-92 aircraft embarked on the aircraft carrier "USS Constellation". The assembly is not too complicated but requires a lot of care and organization.

The main difficulty is due to the assembly of the main landing gear which must be done during the assembly of the wing. I slightly modified the wing to be able to put the main landing legs at the end of assembly after painting.

For the decoration, I used the colors Gunze H316 and H 325 and the chrome yellow Lifecolor UA42.

 

  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
  • Eduard Limited Edition 1/48 F-4J Phantom II by Michele Mioche: Image
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Note that the black areas on the fuselage and wings are painted, I did not use the decals provided. I highly recommend the construction of this model which is a great source of satisfaction.


Model and Text Copyright 2017 by Michele Mioche
Page Created 15 June, 2017
Last Updated 15 June, 2017

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