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Hasegawa Phantom FGR2 92 Squadron 1/48


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Afte my work in progress Tornado IDS I fancied a bit of light releif.

Built in a week using the Revell re-boxing of the Classic Hasegawa Phantom.

Air-Doc decals.

Eduard zoom cockpit details.

Humbrol rattle can except for the barley grey which was airbrused enamel Humbrol.

Humbrol metal cote for the bare metal, aluminium and polished steel.

Tamiya acrylics for the little bits.

The kit wheels look awful but I had some Tornado main wheels knocking about which look more like it.

Sidewinders are the left over ones from the Revell Tornado IDS which I shaved the noses down to look a bit more Aim 9-g like.

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I had a bit of fun with the gun pod, not sure how historically accurate this may be!

Oh, and before I forget I made the seat belts from Masking tape.

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Hello,At Sea - My compliments to you on a splendid looking build of your 'Phantom'.I love the quality and detail of the paint and finishing work and she looks resplendent in her clean and classical finish.The artwork on the Vulcan Cannon is not beyond the realms of possibility at all.92's Whiskey looks ready to make someone's day.She has mine! Phabulous! All the best,Paul.

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You call a Hasegawa 1/48 Phantom 'a little bit of light relief??'

Great job, considering that you were at the for just a week. An old neighbour of mine, Richard Evans, used to fly these for 92 Sqn.

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Great job.

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