A-10 Warthog

This is the 1/48 scale A-10 Warthog plastic model airplane kit by Revell.

Revell-Monogram A-10 Warthog Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #855521
 Revell-Monogram # rmx855521
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx855521
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1:48
  • Pieces: 167
  • Length: 13"
  • Wingspan: 14 5/8"
  • Skill Level: 2
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855521
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"Gaps in Plastic Require Putty - Overall Great Model"
Sauceman (Asheville, NC)
There are gaps in this design, and putty may be necessary to fill gaps in the wings and engine areas. Both times I completed this model, there were gaps in my plane. Be sure to weigh down the front of the plane during construction, as it don't sit flat unless you do so. The instructions mention this, but be sure to do it. Otherwise, your A-10 will pop a wheelie.

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  • ECM pod, cluster bombs, napalm tanks, Maverick missiles and centerline drop tank.
  • Detailed cockpit with boarding ladder and clear canopy.
  • Pilot figure with realistic uniform details.
  • Realistically detailed landing gear.
  • Authentic decals for 2 marking options.


  • Scale: 1:48
  • Pieces: 167
  • Length: 13"
  • Wingspan: 14 5/8"
  • Skill Level: 2
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855521

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"Best A-10 in 1/48 scale for the price"
kajoe55 (Oklahoma)
I absolutely love the A-10 despite critics who call it ugly. Revell/Monogram’s version is the least expensive on the market if you are looking for 1/48 scale. This is definitely an “A” Model so if you are looking to the current “C” version, check your references as you will have to modify the model. As with most Monogram kits, it goes together well for the most part, but wing to fuselage and engines to fuselage will need some filler and sanding to get a snug fit. This kit was made for ground static display, but despite loading the nose with counter-balance I still needed to use the clear plastic piece to have it stand correctly, especially if you load up the weapons. My biggest issue was painting. I wanted the European I scheme and as I am not checked out yet with an airbrush, I used Testors spray paints. They come in the three colors you need, but masking and painting led to problems and despite what you might think, you cannot use Testors paint in a can to match the color of the spray. I ruined my first effort this way. So, be careful masking! Finally, because I had extra stores, I really loaded my completed model for tank plinking. Revell mentions how the stores should be distributed but if you check references, and have extra parts from other models, you can really go to town. My version has two AIM-9 missiles, jamming pod, three Mavericks on a single station per wing, and CBU 58’s provided with the kit. I was going to load the external fuel tank but resisted. If you used aftermarket weapons stores you could really go crazy. The finished product looks great and I would highly encourage this kit to all modelers. As always have fun.

"Great kit!"
I just recently finished building this kit and I was impressed with it. There were some fit issues however. Aligning the two halves of the fuselage caused the nose section to be a little uneven. No matter what I did, I was not able to correct the issue. Also, because of this issue, the windshield did not sit right. Even after filing the past where it sits at, it still didn't sit right. The canopy didn't sit right either. Basically, if the nose section is not aligned correctly, the canopy and windshield section is gojng to be out of whack. I advise that when you go to put the wings and tail section into the fuselage that you do it before you put the engines on as this will complicate thag process. Other than those issues, it was an easy build!

"Revell 1/48 A-10A"
Good model. Especially the price here is amazing, this is probably the best choice that you'll get. I have seen prices at other places rise up to twice this much! The kit though, is said to have an inaccurate ejection seat. You should fine a resin replacement if you will use an open canopy. Compared to other 1/48 A-10, this one is your best bet.


  • #1: "LET'S ROLL", the 355TH Wing/12AF West Coast A-10 Demo Team, 2003
  • #2: "NORRIS THE PLAYHOG" 104th TFS Maryland ANG, Sentry Independence, Volk Field Wisc, 1989, and Shark Mouth, the 74th TFS/23TFW, Desert Storm, 1991.

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