Academy Plastics. 12263
One of the last products of the Soviet aircraft industry and one of the
most advanced aircraft ever produced, the MiG-29 is equivalent in size and
performance to the U.S. F-16 Falcon. However, the MiG-29 is powered by two
engines and is highly maneuverable, as has been demonstrated at many Western
airshows since the end of the Soviet empire.
Detailed 1/48th scale for static display only.
Markings included for two aircraft.
144 parts in grey and clear with fine recessed panel lines.
Detailed exhaust nozzles and afterburner cans with simulated turbine
Cockpit detail: one piece cockpit tub, instrument panel with raised
3 part ejection seat, HUD, and optional position canopy.
Includes 2 AA-8, 2 AA-10D, and 2 AA-11 missiles plus centerline fuel
Other detail: jet intake doors and detailed landing gear.
Service History: High performance twin engine jet fighter.
OPTIONS: Single sheet of decals which contains national insignia, stencilling
and ID numbers for two aircraft:
1: Russian AF, #315, Gunship Grey (FS36118)/Blue Grey (FS35237)/Lt
Grey (FS36375) camouflage top surfaces; Bottom: Light Grey.
2: German AF, “29 + 20”; Gunship Grey/Brown (FS30219)/Med Green
(FS34095)/Olive Drab (FS34087)/Dk Green (FS34079) camouflage upper
surfaces; lower surfaces: Light Grey.
Additional Paints Required:
Flat: Black, White, Aluminum.
Gloss: Silver, Steel, Red, Yellow, Blue, Orange.
One 1/48 MiG-29A “Fulcrum” U.S.S.R. Jet Fighter
Paint: (see MARKING OPTIONS)
Liquid Plastic Cement
CA or Tube Type Thick Plastic Cement
Nice-to-have tools: Needle File Set, Sprue Cutter, Airbrush.
Wingspan: 10-1/4″ (26cm)
Length: 14-3/4″ (37.2cm)