Hobby Master Mitsubishi F-1"90-8226" 8th Sqn., 3rd Wing, JASDF, Misawa AB, Japan
The Mitsubishi F-1 is a single-seat attack aircraft that evolved from the Mitsubishi T-2 supersonic jet trainer. Its primary task in the Japanese Self Defense Force is anti-shipping with an air-to-air capability. The F-1 entered service in April 1978 and production ended in March 1987. 160 aircraft were planned, but only 77 were built. The F-1 had several upgrades to extend its service life. The F-1 has slowly been replaced by the Mitsubishi F-2 and upgraded F-4EJ "Kai" Phantom II's. In 2006 six F-1's were retired.
|Pre-painted with pad applied markings|
|Weapons that are not permanently attached|
|Comes with crew figures|
|Display stand included|
|Option to display model with wheels up or down|
|Minimum use of plastic|