The concern I have is that the kit has sold poorly and the MOD 0 sets I made for sale have not sold, so I basically gave them away at the NATS in 2016. Thought about intakes but same issue, the kit is so big, so expensive that the demand is just not there to make it economically viable. Cannot afford to subsidize the hobby for this kit....Sorry. I have one to build but I am using the Squadron Cockpit and I have not checked to see if it is correct or not. Great job on the build though, too bad about everyone's pics.
I don't recall knowing you had a Mod 0 set, do you still? I was at the 2016 Nats and must've missed seeing that.
I didn't know the A-6 was officially a poor seller. That's a shame. I'd take a good all inclusive A-6A cockpit since the one available is so-so. Plus, nothing at all available for the TRAM cockpit.
Not specific to your comments, I see it said how "big" the 1/32 A-6 is quite a bit in general. I don't understand why since it's comparable in size to most 1/32 jets, and in many cases it's actually significantly smaller than the main US jets in 1/32.... F-14 is larger all around with wings unswept, and the A-6 is shorter in length than the F-4, F-8, F-15, F/A-18 (legacy and supers), F-105, and it's only less than 2" longer than the "small" F-16. OK, the wingspan on the A-6 is larger but the wings can be folded.
Edited by ziggyfoos, 04 September 2017 - 07:42 PM.