Quoting Matt Bace
Amazing! This is possibly the best LEGO F-4 that I have seen. You've captured many details that are often overlooked in MOCs of this aircraft.
Thanks! I regret not being able to incorporate the probe-and-drogue style refueling probe, but so far I haven't found a way in the limited space between the top of the right intake and the bottom edge of the RIO cockpit. I think it would take a major re-work to get it to fit, and would definitely skew the dimensions a bit. I may yet add in the flying boom style refueling port on the spine, and the chaff dispensers on either side of the rear fuselage at the base of the front of the tail. Next I'm going to work on a few more models, notably the D (with gun pod), N, S, K (British Naval version), E model with TISEO, a US Marines RF-4B, and maybe an F-4EJ Kai, German F-4F ICE, or Israeli Phantom Kurnass. Phantoms Phorever!
Model features dual opening canopies with detailed cockpits, opening radome, functional landing gear with multi-piece doors, positionable flaps, spoilers, and airbrakes, positionable tailhook, all-moving tailplanes, positionable RAT (Ram Air Turbine), and folding wingtips. Model also features a centerline drop tank, AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles on the inner wing pylons, and AIM-7 Sparrow air-to-air missiles and Mk-82 general purpose bombs arrayed on the left side of the model.