High Planes Chance Vought F4U-7 Corsair Kit 1:72
The Chance Vought F4U-7 Corsair was developed for the French Aeronavale from the AU-1 ground attack variant used by the USMC in Korea. It was fitted with the Pratt & Whitney R-2800-43W engine to improve altitude performance, leading to changes to the cowl profile. It was operated by the Aeronavale in Vietnam, Algeria and Suez , finally retiring in 1964. Decals are included for two Aeronavale aircraft, one from 14.F2 at the time of the Suez crisis and one from 12F.4 during the Indo-china War.
The High Planes Models kit includes limited run injection moulded plastic, cast resin and white metal parts, vacuum formed canopies by Falcon and two decal options.
Materials: Plastic (33), Vacuform (1), Resin (1), White metal (12)
Decal Options: Aeronavale (Suez & Vietnam)
This is an assembly kit for experienced modellers using limited run technology. Some clean up of parts and fitting will be required. Paint and cement not included. Suitable for ages 14 to Adult.