Mig-25 Foxbat

This is the 1/72 Scale MIG-25 Foxbat Plastic Model Kit from Hasegawa.

Hasegawa Mig-25 Foxbat Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/72 Scale #00434
 Hasegawa # hsg00434
Retail $21.99  SAVE 21% !
Hasegawa Item # hsg00434
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/72
  • Fuselage: 12.08" (307mm)
  • Wingspan: 7.79" (198mm)
  • Parts: 57
  • Hasegawa Product Number: 00434
Website security verified by GoDaddy.

Spotlight Review

"Not the best, but..."
pgleaton1171 (Brent, Alabama)
This isn't the best kit of the MiG-25 available, but still can be built into a pretty nice finished model. I built this same kit many years ago, and had no problems with it. I'm looking forward to recreating the aircraft used by Victor Belenko to Defect to the West, back in 1976. It's true that some detail is lacking, but at this scale, I'm not too worried about that. Plus, the subject is fairly plain anyway. I do recommend this kit, if you have a few skills, it should be no problem.

Member Gallery

(Pictures shared by our community)
User image #11325User image #11635User image #11327User image #11637User image #11329User image #11639User image #11331User image #11641User image #11333User image #11643User image #11335User image #11645
← Swipe To View More →

You Might Also Like

← Swipe To View More →


  • 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: 12.08" (307mm)
  • Wingspan: 7.79" (198mm)
  • Parts: 57
  • Hasegawa Product Number: 00434


One plastic model

Requirements & Suggestions

← Swipe To View More →


"nice addition"
I have found , with all the 1/72 hasagawa jets I have taken on, that there are fit problems with the intakes and filling and sanding is required. over all this is a good kit. canopy closed is only option. has pilot. very poor cockpit. very few decals ( just basic stuff ). comes with missiles. this is a big model for 1/72. so if the scale is accurate, this is one big plane in real life. it is a good kit and I would recommend it to all

"Big bad wolf!"
jclemente1980 (Coimbra, Portugal)
This airplane froze everyone's blood when was first seen. Everyone thought it was the ultimate fighter, and everyone wanted one like that. And then, the Americans developed and built the F15. But the fact is that this was only a big set of engines (not that well made, we must admit. the inside of them could be more detailed...) with a set of wings, able to do mach 3 in straight line, fire its enormous missiles, but not agile nor anything like it... On my shelf of fighters, this is BIG. Su47 Berkut big, almost bigger than the T50. if you cut the front entry and the flaps, which is easy, it will improve its looks a lot. if on the top you cut the air bleeding sistem and improve it, also makes it look better. Its not big operations, but its small things that improve it. Overall, it represents and is the typical russian work: big, bulky, not fashion, but practic and effective. And no, the wheels are not exagerate, the real ones are that big. Because while Hoover filosophy was to make several over 3km long segments of straight line highway to be used as an improvised take of runway, the Russians was to use compacted earth done anywhere at any time to be used as a landing field. For that, the landing gear and wheels had to be strong and handle a rough terrain.

"big but simple"
pamason (Entiat, WA)
This is a big plane for 1/72 but the detale is not there. The cockpit has some detale with help from a decale and there is a pilot. The parts fit well with little sanding the cockpit glass in the down setting only but the landing gear can be showen up or down. The inst are easy and paint guide is o.k. The decals are so uou can make many numbers on the plane. and are easy to use. A good model for all.


  • One decal sheet with markings for 2 version
  • 1) MIG-25 Foxbat A Lt Belenko Hakodate September, 1976
  • 2) MIG-25 Foxbat A

Others Also Ordererd

← Swipe To View More →