Plastic model kit of the McDonnell Douglas FG.1 Phantom. With regard to aircraft that have operated from the decks of a British aircraft carrier, there can be little doubt that the McDonnell Douglas Phantom FG.1 was the most spectacular. The Phantom was the largest and heaviest aircraft ever operated from a British carrier and required a special breed of airmen to fly them.
Kit has engraved panel lines, detailed tandem cockpits, optional nose cone, nose radar, single-piece nozzles, exhaust with afterburner elements, optional air-brakes, separate trailing and leading edge flaps, optional (air-to-air missiles, unguided rockets, tactical nuclear weapons, bombs), optional speed brake and canopys, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage.
Decals and color painting reference for (3) aircraft: No.892 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Ark Royal, 1974-1975; No.767 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset, England, 1971 and Naval Air Support Unit, Royal Air Station Yeovilton, Somerset, England, 1969 - includes stencil data, instrument panels and consoles. 162 parts.