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Saturday, May 15, 2010

F 16 Cockpit






Here are some images of Italeris (ESCI/ERTL molds) 1/12 scale General Dynamics F 16 Cockpit. This model is of the early F 16 version and from what I've been told quite accurate. This kit along with its 104 counterpart is amazing. The detail is excellent and was a blast to build. I only wish they had made more in the series like a B 52 cockpit. I can dream can't I.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used to own this model and spent more than 150 hours assembling it. It was one of the most painstaking painting jobs I ever did including individual control knob colours based on a photo I took while at an airshow here in Edmonton in 1988. I don't know exactly what happened to it but I am now looking for another kit to build as there are now several unclasified pictures of the cockpit and The detail can be astounding. I have ordered the f-104G from Iteri and look forward to building both soon. If anyone has any detailed photos of a real F-104G cockpit I would appreciate it if you sent them to me.
quantumk2@hotmail.com

Warren Zoell said...

I'll keep an eye out for you.

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oh man this toy looks so amazing? where did you get this marvelous piece of art ? it reminds me when I was a little dreamer.

Warren Zoell said...

This is a model kit I built awhile back.

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Alimithat said...

Thanks for the cockpit views. In the meantime you can have a look at some great F-16 photos :

F-16 Fighting Falcon Pictures

Warren Zoell said...

Thanks Alimithat!

Duane Cowan said...

Hi, I really enjoyed looking at the pics of your F-16 cockpit. I have the same kit but I got it second hand and it did not have the instructions. You wouldn't have happened to keep your instructions? If so, would you be willing to scan them and email them to me? I really want to build this kit but I don't want to miss anything during the build. Thanks

Warren Zoell said...

Duane - Yes I do but i need your email.
You can email it to wz2001@shaw.ca