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  1. Hello all, I've been working on this one for a while now and i was hoping to get outside and get some photo's on a diorama and in daylight, but the weather hasnt been playing ball. So, i thought i'd get some indoor pics done and then update this later. The build includes Red Fox Studios instrument set and all the weapons are attached with magnets for ease of transportation, paints were from Gunze and oil washed with Abteilung Starship filth for the most part. All comments welcome :-)
  2. Are there any photos of this F-4D in this scheme around? I can’t find any through Google or Bing... I like it because the 49th TFW was sort of a “reserve-wing” for USAFE. In times of crisis their aircraft would go from Holloman to Ramstein and/or Spangdahlem. This was exercised regularly.
  3. I expect these to return from Cartograf on Monday or Tuesday, so I should be able to ship by Wednesday. I will turn on the ordering links as soon as soon I check the quality of the printing. This sheet includes stencil markings for the F-4C, F-4D, F-4E, RF-4C, and F-4G in 1/32. It is applicable to mid-1980s and later, as it applies to the SEA wraparound, Euro 1, and Hill I/II gray camouflage schemes. Since these markings varied so much from squadron to squadron, and even jet to jet, I tried to include a variety of styles/fonts/sizes of the most common types of stencils. Order at www.reidairpublishing.com
  4. We are getting ready to release two new 1/32 F-4C/D sheets for post-war ANG/AFRES Phantoms. They are printed by Cartograf and should be available by late next week or early the following. They will be available from www.speedhuntergraphics.com 32003 Snub-nosed Phantoms 1) F-4D 66-7765, 906TFG, WPAFB Ohio. Decals include both types of nose art and flags to depict the jet as it appeared at the London Air Show in June 1988 or Dayton Air Show in July 1988. 2) F-4C 64-0748, 188TFG, Arkansas ANG, 1989. Don Spering nose art. MiG killer. Hill Gray I camo. 3) F-4D 66-7661, 113TFG DC ANG, 1987. MiG killer. Euro 1 camo. 4) F-4D 66-7745, 187TFG Alabama ANG, 1988. Euro 1 camo 32004 Snub-nosed Phantoms Part II: ANG ADC Gray Phantoms 1) F-4C 63-0589, 191FIG, Michigan ANG, 1979 2) F-4C 64-0776, 142FIG, Oregon ANG, 1984. Triple MiG-killer, plus two additional QF-100 kills obtained during William Tell '84 3) F-4D 64-0973, 119FIG, North Dakota ANG, 1981. Royal Canadian Air Force 'zap' over USAF insignia. 4) F-4D 64-0976, 119FIG, North Dakota ANG, 1989. "Abigail" artwork.
  5. ...for USAF F-4D ca. 1966-68, SEA camouflage. Tamiya's callout is Dark Gull Gray - any other information will be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, D.B. Andrus
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