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|Category||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Subcategory||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Scale||:||1 : 72|
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This product was added to our database on Tuesday 5 March 2019.
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box AC-25, Publisher/Brand Platz
State of the art kit.
The first Japanese supersonic jet trainer aircraft, T-2 had been intended to be deployed to the support fighter.
The development of T-2 was started in 1967 and it went into the mass production in 1975.
The T-2 had been used for the fighter pilot training until 2004.
In October 1972, the deployment of the support fighter was approved at the National Defense Council and the development of T-2 based support fighter was finally started.
The #106 aircraft which was the 2nd mass-produced aircraft of T-2(59-5106) and the #107 aircraft which was the 3rd mass-produced aircraft (59-5107) were converted to the experimental aircraft for the development of support fighter to execute the various tests.
These aircrafts were the FS-T2 Kai which were the substantial experimental aircrafts of F-1 support fighter.
To modify the T-2 to the special specification aircraft, the rear seat was removed and the electronic devices were mounted, and also the metal cover was mounted inside of the canopy. FS-T2 Kai made its first flight in June 1975.
FS-T2 Kai had been used for the various tests for almost 2 years.
In November 1976, the permission to use it in the military unit was obtained and it was named F-1 which is its official name.
All the T-2 and the F-1 were retired in March 2006.
However, 2 FS-T2 Kai had been actively used until their retirement.
FS-T2 Kai connected the T-2 jet trainer aircraft and the F-1 fighter, and it certainly represented the T-2/F-1 family.
This is an unpainted assembly plastic model kit for 1/72 scale.
Glue and paint is not included.
Add new parts by new mold for FS-T2 Kai original equipment.
Realistically reproduces the shape of the real aircraft and the unique equipments of FS-T2 Kai into parts such as the metal cover in rear cockpit.
The silk-screen printing decals are printed by Cartograf with high quality and fine colors, including two optional marking of #106 aircraft and #107 aircraft.
The finish is 248mm in length, and 109mm in width.
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