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New 1/48 Phantom screen and 1/72 Vulcan canopy and wipers


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Two new sets out today.

An alternative screen for the new Tamiya Phantom in 1/48 scale and a new Canopy and separate wipers for the Airfix Vulcan.

 

https://aerocraftmodels.bigcartel.com/product/mcdonnell-phantom-f-4b-alternate-front-screen-for-tamiya

 

https://aerocraftmodels.bigcartel.com/product/avro-vulcan-canopy-and-screen-wipers-for-the-new-airfix-kit

 

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In have just placed an order for a couple of each of these fine looking products, may I ask if you have any plans for any more improvement parts, especially the Vulcan as the engine exhausts are an area that could do with some improvement?

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Looks great work, but without being cheeky, what was wrong with Tamiya's in box front screen please?

I just got my kit on Friday and thought it might be my first totally OOB build in years according to reviews :)

 

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15 hours ago, One 48 said:

Looks great work, but without being cheeky, what was wrong with Tamiya's in box front screen please?

I just got my kit on Friday and thought it might be my first totally OOB build in years according to reviews :)

 

There is nothing wrong with the screen, however from a few PHANTOM PHENATICS I was informed and requested to remove the very small slivers of frame work that are on the side panels of the canopy as these were only present on only a FEW later aircraft, and that most B airframes did not have them.

Have a look at the link to the product and you will see. It is a fantastic kit so just enjoy it the way you want to, this is a very small detail change.

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  • 5 weeks later...

Big seller would be a replacement for Academy and Hasegawa F-4s, molded in Tamiya style, but of course correctly respecting the differences between shot nosed and lon nosed Phantoms.

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