Plastic construction kit that requires assembly and painting
The RF-4E was the unarmed reconnaissance version of the famous Mc.Donnell Douglas two-seat fighter the F-4 Phantom II. It was designed and developed for export and it was the combination of reconnaissance system of the RF-4C with the airframe and the powerful engines of the F-4E .
The German Luftwaffe received the first samples in the early 70s and became one of the main users along with Japan, Iran, Israel and Greece. Further more many components and reconnaissance systems were also manufactured in Germany. The RF-4E was able to carry out reconnaissance missions "all-weather" in a very effective way thanks to the cameras installed in the bays, the infrared sensors, and the target looking radar system.
Some Countries developed specific versions more in line with the specific operational use. The Israelis RF-4E, for instance, has been upgraded in avionics and were able to carry air to air missiles as Sidewinders or Pythons.
- Scale: 1/48
- Revised tooling
For 5 versions
1) IDF/AF version, Yom Kippur War, October 1967
Glue, paint and tools for assembly