1/72 scale kit of the "VF-1 Valkyrie" that Roy Focker flew in the movie "The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Ai ombore ka? The kit has been designed to match the 1/72 scale, based on the proportions and details of the 1/20 scale models released in the minimum factory series. The number of parts is kept to a minimum, but the details are expressed with a sense of intonation and density, so you can assemble the Valkyrie so quickly that you will want to assemble it again and again, and get a finished product packed with the charm of the Valkyrie. The joints between parts have been set to be as inconspicuous as possible, and the glue joints have been carefully placed so that each unit fits tightly into position, allowing the parts to be firmly positioned and angled, resulting in a model with an extremely rigid feel after completion. The model also has many highlights as a plastic model airplane kit, such as a mold design with no parting lines while reproducing the bubble canopy, and a leg compartment configuration that can be replaced to show the open and closed states of the canopy. The head of the S-type is included, and a pilot in a high-resolution seated posture is also included despite the 1/72 scale. Each part is molded in four colors, so simply assemble and apply stickers and decals for a realistic finish.
Assembled plastic model - stickers and decals included - 1/72 scale - approx. 190mm in length