Plastic model kit of the Vought F4U Corsair, an American fighter aircraft that saw service primarily in World War II and the Korean War. F4U-1D (Corsair Mk II Fleet Air Arm) built in parallel with the F4U-1C, but was introduced in April 1944. Kit has engraved panel lines, well-appointed cockpit and fuselage area, (2) figures (sitting and standing pilot), detailed bulkhead, full Double Wasp radial engine with exhaust and optional cowling, separate propeller blades, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, rubber tires, choice of extended or folded wings with detailed wing fold, separate control surfaces, optional position flaps, clear (instrument panel, optional canopy and other accents), photoetch (seat belts and other accents), armament (x2 drop tanks, x2 1000lb bombs and x8 rockets), die-cut mask, optional display stand and name plate, 10-page commemorative booklet. Decals and painting guide for (2) aircraft: VF-84, USS Bunker Hill, Iwo-Jima, February 1945 and VMF-351, USS Cape Gloucester, Okinawa, Early 1945 - includes stencil data, propeller and weapons data and markings, instrument panel and consoles.
1/32 scale kit
Paint and glue are not included.
Decals and painting guide for (2) aircraft