F-86F-40 Sabre JASDF Fighter 1/32 Hasegawa

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The North American F-86F Sabre was a jet fighter succeeding the P-51D Mustang. The first prototype XP-86 first flew in October 1947. F-86E was a conversion of the first production model F-86A, but the lessons learned from the Russian MiG-15 during the Korean War resulted in the need for additional improvements. These improvements defined the F-86F, first flying in March 1952. F-86F is powered by a J47GE-27 engine, equipped with six 12.7mm machine guns and it carries missiles and bombs under the wings. The F version eliminated the leading edge slat from the wing, but the F-40 saw it brought back. Japan’s Air Force first deployed the F-86F-40 in 1956 as a primary fighter. The models supplied from the US were the old ones with the boundary layer fences and they were re-built to the slat model in Japan. A total of over 330 F-86F’s were supplied from the US, knock-down built and license-produced by Mitsubishi.

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Product Details:

Scale: 1/32
Skill Level: 4

Length: 14”
Wingspan: 14.7”
Parts: 183
- 9 sprues
- Three-piece wingspan
- Four-piece fuselage
- Clear parts
- Black vinyl wire for engine assembly
- Metal part
- Molded in grey plastic
- Includes one pilot figure
- Detailed interior with instrument panel
- Two optional sizes for auxiliary fuel tank
- Moveable parts
- Includes decals and paint guides for the following versions:

  1. F-86F-40 Sabre, 3rd AW, 8th SQ, Komaki AB
  2. F-86F-40 Sabre, HQ SQ, Iruma AB

- Illustrated instructions and paint guide


Paint Guide:

Interior Green
Flat Black
Red Brown
Clear Red
Clear Orange
Clear Blue
Khaki Green
Chrome Silver
Light Grey
Light Grey FS 36495