|Units:||All of them|
|$33.00 includes world wide airmail shipping|
|Note:||This sheet is 1/32 scale|
One of the many nations to buy into the F-16 has been the Israeli Air Force. It has probably also been the recipient of more operational variants than even the USAF, who are putting their money into the upcoming F-35 instead of more F-16 versions. After having much success with the F-16A/B, it was not a surprise that the F-16C/D was also purchased.
This sheet from Isradecal has markings enough to be able to build almost any IAF F-16C that has ever served. Some may recall that this aircraft was featured in an earlier sheet. That one is out of print and this one has added in the new units and markings that have come into being over the last several years. The large and well printed sheets are done in the Czech Republic and appear to be quite thin and opaque.
Included with the multiplicity of sheets is a set of gummed back masks for painting on the large eagle currently worn on the fin of Knights of the North squadron planes. There are enough data markings and insignia to enable the modeler to build one aircraft. The full color 8 page instruction booklet shows the precise placement of all the markings and stencils. This booklet should be studied carefully to ensure that your choice of markings has all the appropriate details.
For kits, one is pretty well limited to Tamiya and Academy kits, both of which are fine kits in their own right. IAF Falcons have a few differences from those flown by the USAF and I'm pretty sure that Isracast has the upgrade parts that are needed.
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