F-4J Phantom II - Radio control scale model. Tractor-prop model, for 40 - 60 power. Scale is 1in = 4-5/8in.
Quote: "The McDonnell Phantom II. Commonly known as the F-4 this plane is called Phantom II because there really was a Phantom I. The Phantom I was tested then accepted by the Navy in 1946 and was the first Navy jet fighter. Because there really was a Phantom I, it is correct to refer to this craft as the Phantom II, or for simplicity, (and like the military does) just the F-4.
Your choice of this particular kit was an excellent one for numerous reasons. It is a beautiful project and as a 'jet job' will really stand out in todays run of the mill RCgroup. Another really great benefit for your choice is the wealth of current information regarding the F-4. It is really abundant.
The first thing you might do is locate a copy of the may 1970 American Aircraft Modeler magazine because Don Berliner wrote a very comprehensive article on the F-4 and accompanied it with four beautiful photos as well. As a priceless additional bonus the centerfold of this same magazine is a perfectly detailed set of drawings by Bjorn Karlstrom complete with many details of the variants such as extended noses on RF-4C and F-4D models..."
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