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  • F-4F Phantom II , "Final Flight", WTD-61 Manching AB, 2013 (1:72) - HA1977
  • F-4F Phantom II , "Final Flight", WTD-61 Manching AB, 2013 (1:72) - HA1977
  • F-4F Phantom II , "Final Flight", WTD-61 Manching AB, 2013 (1:72) - HA1977
  • F-4F Phantom II , "Final Flight", WTD-61 Manching AB, 2013 (1:72) - HA1977
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Length 10.5"
Wingspan 6.33"

Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

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    McDonnell Douglas F-4F Phantom II
    38+13 "Final Flight", WTD-61 Manching AB, 2013

    True 1/72 scale
    Professionally painted
    Great attention to detail
    All markings are Tampoed (pad applied)
    Option to display the model on a stand that is provided
    Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions
    Loads of optional armament has been provided
    Canopy can be displayed open or closed
    Crew figures
    Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic
    Highly collectable

    The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is a two-seat, supersonic long-range all-weather fighter-bomber. The aircraft was designed as a USN Fleet defense aircraft and entered
    service in 1961. The F-4 soon became one of the few aircraft to be utilized by the USN, USAF and USMC. The Phantom could carry a varied payload and armament so it was well suited to do just about any job. Because of its large nose and ruggedness the F-4
    earned the nickname �Rhino�, along with others that were less flattering. The F-4 went on to serve in no less than 11 other countries. Production ended in 1979 with 5,201 aircraft manufactured in 14 different versions.

    The F-4F variant of the McDonnell Douglas Phantom II entered service with the Luftwaffe in 1974. Eventually 175 F-4Fs would replace the F-104Gs Starfighters used by two
    interceptor wings (JG-71 and JG-74) and two ground attack wings (JBG-35 and JBG-36). F-4F 72-1223 C/N 4644 was assigned to JBG-36 and later transferred to WTD61 (Technical and Airworthiness Centre) at Manching AB. Even when the F-4F had been removed from active service 38+13 still flew at WTD 61. On July 30, 2013 wearing a special paint scheme 38+13 made its final flight.