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Hawker Hunter T.7 Conversion Preview

Aerocraft Models, 1/48 scale


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Aerocraft Models announces a new multimedia two-seater Hunter T.7 conversion, available to pre-order now:

This is a comprehensive conversion set for the T.7 Hunter. Two versions will be available - one with a decal sheet for RAF Hunters, and another with RNAS subjects.

 

 

This set is designed to be fitted to the Airfix F.6 kit, and from what I can gather so far it should also work with the soon to be released F.4 kit, but I cannot be 100% sure of that as yet. As for using with other kits well anything is possible BUT I have not tried and do not intend to either. 

 

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The conversion set comprises of the following :

  • 27 Resin parts (some may not be used depending on version or airframe selected) 

  • 4 Clear resin parts, Canopy and two gunsights 

  • 1 length of plastic rod 

  • 7 Photo-etched parts 

  • Decal sheet for 5 aircraft 

Instructions will be available to down from website (will not be in the box)

Please allow up to 3 weeks for manufacturing. I will email as soon as I have shipped the set. 

PLEASE NOTE 

All orders will start shipping from the 25th November 2019, sooner if possible, but the pre-orders are now open.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR SHIPPING 

All items are sent using standard mail services, should you require your parcel to be tracked please email me and I will advise what the additional charge will be.

You can find it to order here

More details available shortly.


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