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A7A Corsair II Aircraft

This is the 1/72 Scale A-7A Corsair II Plastic Model Kit from Hasegawa.

Hasegawa A7A Corsair II Aircraft Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/72 Scale #00238
 Hasegawa # hsg00238
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Hasegawa Item # hsg00238
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/72
  • Fuselage: 7.67" (195mm)
  • Wingspan: 6.41" (163mm)
  • Parts: 76
  • Hasegawa Product Number: 00238
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"Nice 1/72 A-7 Kit!"
Ace Cobra
This is another good 1/72 Hasegawa kit of the early A-7. It comes with nice surface detail, a vast amount of bombs and armament, and a decal sheet to choose from 2 different Navy squadrons. Best 1/72 A-7 kit for the price!

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  • Highly detailed, injection molded gray plastic parts.
  • Cockpit includes instrument panel and pilot.
  • Detailed landing gear.
  • Waterslide decals.
  • Illustrated assembly guide.


  • Scale: 1/72
  • Fuselage: 7.67" (195mm)
  • Wingspan: 6.41" (163mm)
  • Parts: 76
  • Hasegawa Product Number: 00238


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"Old mould, but still very appealing!"
jclemente1980 (Coimbra, Portugal)
I got this to be in my collection... Still needs to buy a new one to make it with Portuguese Airforce markings. I did saw some of the other reviews who gave average on it. How can I say this?... It is not a bad model. Its not one of those kits that you nod your head and throw it out, or give to the dog as a chew toy (dont do that! it may brake in small parts and choke them!!!)... But... When we see so many hasegawa kits with a perfect detail and carefull construction, and we see this, the first thought is that we were fooled and someone switched the kit... Until we see hasegawa engraved on it... Until we google and find out it is really old... and that is the thing: its an old kit. we don't get a cockpit with full detail, nor the gear wells have fine details... But it does the trick! sometimes, the less details it has, the more realistic it looks! its not hard to build, And with some extra weapons, the look is a killer! I do recomend it, even if it is old... a classic kit. But bear in mind that detail, or you may feel disapointed when opening up the box. But believe me, it does look good when done.

"good build"
nice detail for the price. the only thing I don't like about Hasagawa kits are the painting instructions, which, while highly detailed with excellent paint keys, are done in B & W or blue tints. sometimes this is hard to wrap your mind around if you are not using the box art for a guide. otherwise this is a great little kit. be SURE and place the star decals on the sides BEFORE mounting the missile. did have trouble getting the wings to match up with the fuselage. highly recommend.

"The good and old Hasegawa A-7"
This is an old Hasegawa A-7 kit, what I mean is that it comes with raised panel lines, rivets where needed, minimal interior and simple landing gear. It comes with 3 grey sprues with 60+ parts, and a clear one for the canopy. It's well moulded and the parts fit very well in general. It's a robust kit. The armaments include a couple of sidewinders (that look very simple), 18 free fall bombs, and a couple of fuel tanks. Decals are of good quality, for two versions choice. Instructions are simple and with various steps. This old Hasegawa kit is on a very reasonable price and is basically quite good in outline. If you want a non-fussy build, then you might like grabbing one of these. I was pleased with the building process and the results, but i'm talking of the late nineties...


  • One decal sheet with markings for 2 version
  • 1) US Navy VA-56 "Champions"
  • 2) US Navy VA-153 "Blue Tail Flies"

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