Corsair Armada product review
Review by Timothy Dike
The A-4 Skyhawk was one of the work horses of the US Navy during the cold war period. An extreamly agile aircraft it was idealy suited for carrier operations. These aircraft flew off carriers in the Tonken Gulf on missions against North Vietnam. For some reason no manufactuture has produced one in 1/350 scale until now. Mike Czibovic of Corsair Armada is producing a limited number of this kit.

It includes landing gear, gear doors and drop tanks. There is an optional electronics package for the spine to do an E/F, just cut the tail fin at the groove. The casting is quite nice with nice panel lines engraved for rudder and flap detail. The landing gear doors even have a cast on landing light.

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The Skyhawk is cast on a resin block with a thin film of flash that is easily removed with a hobby knife. 

This is set #AC350-001 A-4 Skyhawk set (four planes per set) and is available for $20 A one of a kind set with nice detailing and a good price, get yours now before they are gone. Check the Corsair Armada website for ordering details.