The F-84 was the first practical jet designed and produced by Republic.
The Thunderjet was designed to serve as an interceptor near the end of WWII.
In September of 1946 a prototype of the F-84 set a new airspeed record at
978kmh. The G-type was introduced in 1952 during the Korean conflict and was
matched by the formidable MiG. The F-84 still served well in ground attack
Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in grey.
Ready to assemble precision model kit.
The fuselage of the Thunderjet is engraved with realistic surface
details like plate seams and bolt heads.
Realistic gauges and flight control equipment fill the cockpit.
An accurately reproduced landing gear system will suprise modelers
with its high level of detail.
Underwing accessories include bombs and large external fuel cells.
Engine assembly is buried in the fuselage and is laden with detail.
Clear canopy may be modeled in an open or closed position.
Detailed pictorial instructions.
OPTIONS: One Decal Sheet with Markings for Two Aircraft:
1: 508th SFW FS-271, 1956 Turner AFB
2: 58th FBS "Four Queens" FS-454, 1952 Taegu
Olive Drab, Medium Sea Grey, Bare-Metal Silver, Bright Red, Royal
Blue, Green, Red, Gun Metal, Chrome Silver, Semi-Gloss Black, Flat
Black, Yellow Green, Flat Green, Flat Aluminum, Medium Grey, Flat
Earth, Metallic Grey, Olive Green, Olive Drab
One 1/72 Plastic War Bird Collection Republic F-84G Thunderjet
Cement for plastics (TESR3512)
Paint (see MARKING OPTIONS)
File or Emery Board
Water for Decals
Glue Tips or Toothpicks
Length: 6-3/4" (17.1cm)
Width: 7" (17.6cm)
Height: 2-1/4" (5.6cm)
Keep small parts and sharp edges away from children.
Care should be taken when using tools and modeling knives.
Modeling paint should only be used by an adult in a well-ventilated