Hasegawa TH27 60137 F-2 Fighter Eggplane Series Aircraft Plastic Scale Model Kit

Hasegawa has embraced the "fun"element of scale modeling, with its Eggplane Series. Having to build any of the models in this collection is a great way to encourage new and younger builders. The kits are very easy to assemble, and with many produced in coloured styrene, there's no need for the unit to be painted.



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Hasegawa has embraced the funelement of scale modeling, with its Eggplane Series. Having to build any of the models in this collection is a great way to encourage new and younger builders. The kits are very easy to assemble, and with many produced in coloured styrene, there's no need for the unit to be painted.

The F-2 support fighter aircraft is a multi role single engine fighter aircraft principally designed for the Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), the result of a joint Japan and USA development programme. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is the prime contractor and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company serves as the principal US subcontractor. The F-2A is the single-seat version and F-2B is the two-seat version.

The Japanese Defence Agency originally planned to procure a total of 130 F-2 aircraft (83 single-seat and 47 two-seat aircraft) with deliveries to beyond 2010, but, in early 2007, this number was reduced to 94.

Description

  • TH27 60137 F-2 Eggplane Fighter Series Assembly Kit
  • Approximate Dimension :  22.2 x 14.2 x 4.8 cm
Features
  • Injected plastic jet aircraft
  • Limited edition
  • Decals
    • F-2A: JASDF 3rd AW, 3rd Sq., Code: 505 (03-8505), Misawa AB
    • F-2A: JASDF 3rd AW, 8th Sq., Code: 524 (43-8524), Misawa AB
    • F-2A: JASDF 8th AW, 6th Sq., Code: 530 (43-8530), Tsuiki AB
  • Illustrated instructions
Requirements and Suggestions
  • Assembly
  • Hobby knife (rmx886909)
  • Cement for plastics (tes3512) ]
  • Sprue cutters (hcahcar0630)
  • Paint
Made in Japan
 

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