This is a 1/32 McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II Plastic Marines Aircraft
Model Kit by Tamiya.
For modelers age 10 and over.
The 101st Fighter Squadron of the Navy became the first to be outfitted
with the F-4J in 1966, and the Marines in 1967. It broke record after record,
including top-speed, altitude, and time-to-climb. On September 11, 1972, The
F-4J shot down a MiG-21 near Hanoi, in the Vietnam War. That was the only time
a MiG was downed by a U.S. Marine aircraft. The F-4J remained with the Marines
until 1991. Battling in five major conflicts, spanning over three decades, the
Phantom II earned a special place in warplane history.
FEATURES: The exterior of the aircraft is accurately reproduced.
The cockpit is realistically reproduced.
Detailed landing gear with doors.
Die cast metal landing gear strut.
Solid synthetic rubber tires.
Weapons included: Mk.82 LDGP, Mk.82 LDGP with extended fuse, AIM-9E
Sidewinder, AIM-7 Sparrow.
Aircraft has an arresting hook.
Realistic plastic pilot figures.
Open or closed cockpit canopy.
One-piece molded fuselage.
One 600 gallon drop tank mounted on the belly of the fuselage.
Finely detailed ejection seat.
Oval shaped air intakes on each side of the fuselage.
This plane has an in-flight refueling probe mounted to the right side
of the cockpit.
Detailed pictorial instructions included.
OPTIONS: Two decal sheets included for three aircrafts:
-United States Nationality Symbol.
1: MARINES, USS AMERICA VMFA-333, 5526, 201, "AJ" w/Shamrocks.
2: USS ROOSEVELT NAVY, VF-84, 200, 5861, "AE" w/Skull & Cross Bones
3: MARINES, VMFA-232, 5822, "WT", "First to Fight" Devil Insignia.
Airframe Colors (TAMIYA):
2 & 3: TS-29.
Detail Colors (TAMIYA):
XF-1, XF-2, XF-16, XF-19, XF-24, XF-51, XF-56, XF-57, XF-61, XF-62,
X-1, X-2, X-4, X-7, X-8, X-10, X-11, X-18, X-23, X-26, X-27.
INCLUDES: One 1/32 McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II Plastic Marines Aircraft
Paint (see MARKING OPTIONS)
Fine Sandpaper or File
Medium Philips Screwdriver
SPECS: Scale: 1/32
Length: 22" (55.5cm)
Wingspan: 14-1/2" (36.8cm)
COMMENTS: To avoid choking, keep all small parts away from children age 3