South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120  FA727004 South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120  FA727004 South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120  FA727004
South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120  FA727004
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South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120 FA727004

South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120 FA727004
Scale 1:72
Die Cast Model
Details
South African Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.120 FA727004 85 Combat Flying Squadron, SAAF, 2005 Scale 1:72 Die Cast Model 6¾" wingspan; arrives ready to display on the included stand. The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, advanced jet trainer aircraft. It first flew in 1974 as the Hawker Siddeley Hawk. The Hawk is used by the Royal Air Force, and other air forces, as either a trainer or a low-cost combat aircraft. The Hawk is still in production with over 900 Hawks sold to 18 customers around the world.
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    FA727004*
  • Brand
    Falcon Models
  • Scale
    1:72
  • Material
    N/A
  • Aircraft Type
    Fixed-Winged
  • Era
    Modern
  • Aircraft
    BAe Hawk
  • Propulsion
    Jet-Powered
  • Role
    Fighter / Interception
  • Country
    South Africa
Customer Reviews
Sleek Armed Trainer
As with other Falcon Models, the packaging is very protective, so the aircraft was in nice shape and should be for while to come. On to the review, a fine aircraft with good paint and lines. Love the cockpit glass with etched lines representing the explosive lines over the seats. You can add additional fuel tanks or missiles and position the gear up or down. Great topic for a model and love the mild weight. The only things that kept this from being a 5/5 model are the landing gear and the assembly lines. As with other Falcon Models, there are obvious lines where major assemblies come together, not a huge problem but some of the painting details are pressed right over and into the cracks. The rear gear is great, but the front gear and doors comes as a single piece that folds the doors and slides into the gear well. This results in a very snug fit, but too snug as you can't really get the assembly all the way in without breaking something. Other than those two things, a great model. Review by Scott (Posted on 4/3/2013)
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