Maybe some useful info as to "Marking Option A":
KH's Assembly instructions in general
STEP 13/STEP 15 - contrary to the instructions devised by KH, nose landing gear doors, main landing gear wheel doors and landing gear strut doors (G27, G28) were unpainted.
STEP 22: Just in case... No Winders on German F-86K!
Port fuselage half - remove TACAN antenna on the radar equipment access cover.
TACAN antenna absent on French and German aircraft throughout their service life.
Initially, early Italian and Norwegian Kilos also lacked them but had the antennas retrofitted during the very early 1960s.
NACA intakes vs "Sugar Scoop" intakes
"As is", NACA style intakes on the rear intermediate fuselage (both sides):
Royal Norwegian AF and early Italian AF F-86K from the MM53**** and MM54**** serial range had the NACA intakes.
"Sugar Scoop" intakes as found on French, German and Italian MM55**** serialled F-86K:
No respective parts provided by KH.
eduard "F-86K exterior 1/32" #32389 (contains photo-etched Sugar Scoops)
eduard "BIG ED F-86K 1/32" #BIG3368 (the full monty, also comprising item #32389)
Marking & Painting Guide
KH reproduced the distribution of "Gelboliv" on the upper wings incorrectly.
For comparison, tactical camouflage scheme of German AF F-86K:
Aerial shot of JD-352:
Additional info regarding plastic and laminated glass fabric strctures applicable to all F-86D/L/K aircraft.
Shot of JD-354 taxiing:
Edited by Airfixer, 21 April 2017 - 03:17 PM.