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UH-1D Huey Gunship

This is the 1/32 Scale UH-1D Huey Gunship Plastic Model Kit from Revell. Suitable for Ages 12 & Older.

Revell-Monogram UH-1D Huey Gunship Plastic Model Helicopter Kit 1/32 Scale #855536
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 Revell-Monogram # rmx855536
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/32
  • Length: 15.75" (400mm)
  • Height: 5.4" (136mm)
  • Parts: 139
  • Skill level: 2
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"UH-D1Gunship converted to Slick"
BEDLAM
Great kit minimal flashing. Seams are a pretty good fit.. the figures are horribly molded. No rear cargo seats, no blast sheilds on pilot seats. I converted this to a SLICK variant as I was building this for my Father in Law who did 3 tours of Vietnam as a door gunner.... to do this I had to scratch build a few items, seat belts, wiring for engine,interior wiring including recessed equipment and head sets. I used CMK cargo area detail kit (1:35) Cobra Company M23 gun kit(1:32) Fireball Model works Slick decal set (1:32) and 5 Verlinden Vietnam figures (1:35) PROS : overall it is a nice big kit allowing for some good detailing (Great for Dioramas) CONS: I wish Revell would include items like Cargo area details ie: rear seat set ups and better detailed cockpit If you are interested in the build process please see my images above and here is the full build (3month build time) plus reveal video on photo bucket http://s300.photobucket.com/user/BEDLAM1968/library/HUEY

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Features

  • Highly detailed pieces molded in olive drab and clear.
  • Choice of outboard mini guns or rockets.
  • 2 seated flight crew figures.
  • Separate doors.
  • Extensive engine and rotor detail.
  • Authentic decal markings.
  • Illustrated instructions.

Specs

  • Scale: 1/32
  • Length: 15.75" (400mm)
  • Height: 5.4" (136mm)
  • Parts: 139
  • Skill level: 2

Includes

One plastic model




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"First Helicopter and for the Price was very pleased!!!"
scott.moore1972
This was the first Helicopter I have ever put together, It does plenty of detail in the molding it is not high detail put mid range for the price, it is not extremely hard or complicated to work with, but like others said some things did not line up exact but with patience and some forceful co-operation!!!, thins worked out great and I tried to make it look some what battle worn, I am a Combat Vet but not from the Viet Nam era that was my Dad So I tried thru pics to guess what it may have looked like. I found It to be fun to build for the Price and not a bad looking model at all, I think there could have been better line up, but for the price is was very good. overall I would build this Again! Scott M.

 
"A decent low cost D model Huey"
jimmbbo
Originally produced in the '60s, the Revell UH-1D shows its age with molding technology appropriate to the time, but its shape and level of detail is acceptable, and it can be made into a good representation of the type. A matter of passing interest is that the box art depicts a short cabin B or C model, not the long cabin D More modern D model kits are produced in 1/35 vehicle scale, and are significantly more $$, and some have detail inaccuracies that may need attention, making the Revell kit a value option for most builders. The biggest disadvantage for Huey aficionados is that most D models were troop carrying slicks with nylon fabric troop seats and pintle mounted M-60s on the sides at the aft end of the cabin. Parts for a slick version are not included. Assembly is straightforward, and the fit is OK, if not up to today's standards. The rotor system is accurate, if missing a few details, and the engine and transmission with removable upper access doors add visual interest. Since the engine and transmission are very basic, scratchbuilding additional parts will improve that option. The decals are thin, in register and the colors are dense and look right. There are aftermarket parts that could turn this kit into a stunner with a bit of scratchbuilding. While definitely NOT a 'shake and bake kit, I recommend it for a Huey fan with some modeling skills.

 
"Nice Huey for Novice/Intermediate"
Rmtaft (Yuma AZ)
I was at first surprised to find a 1:32nd scale Huey as i haven't seen one before. Upon opening the box it was nicely packaged, even the fuselage was still on the sprue, it is molded in what i would consider a shiny olive drab, some raised and recessed riveting and panel lines, with a little work you can even add more in as your skill improves. the clear is very clear, the opaque seems to have little to no releasing agent left on them as i didn't have to clean the parts before painting. fitment is nice, though i did have to use about .25ml or less Tamiya putty on the nose to get it to be perfect. as for helicopters... the rotor system went together very well with no drooping. the glass fit into the body quite well with exception of the doors which the door glass has a .25mm gap all the way around. Decals are typical Revel medium heavy..... i ran out of micro sol/set so i had to use my Testors brand decal set and they laid down fairly well, not perfect but good enough. i hope this helps all who are venturing into this model. in conclusion. i give this a 4 out of 5 stars, as i wish the glass fitment was better and there could have been a door gun or two but hey nothing is perfect

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please kee away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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