Walk Around - F-15C Eagle

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  • DREW KEELER (Monday, August 19 19 02:49 pm EDT)

    The pics on your site are fantastic. Thank you for posting.
    I am hoping you might be able to provide a full size uncomprsseed copy of one of the photos.
    Thank you

  • Anzo (Monday, August 19 19 09:15 pm EDT)

    Thank you. Please let me know how many photos do you need? I can send the full size photos to you right away.

  • David (Friday, June 19 20 01:29 pm EDT)

    Any possibility of me receiving full size uncompressed photos as well? I'm building a F-15C and these photos would be very helpful to me.

  • Anzo (Friday, June 19 20 02:09 pm EDT)

    Hi David,

    Please send me an email at service@deepbluemodel.com with what photos do you need. Thank you.

  • Darren Vanderwilt (Saturday, December 26 20 06:23 pm EST)

    Very nice. I started as an engine mechanic, then became a Crew Chief under a program called Rivet Workforce. Worked F-15A’s through D’s from 1984 to 1993 (pre MSIP).
    I’m in the process of starting a 1/48 Hasegawa F-15C, and these help with those details I’ve forgotten. Note: the numbers on the engine #5 bearing cover dome, is the engine serial number. This denotes that it is an F100-PW-220. The pre MSIP F-15’s had F100-PW-100’s, and had slightly different details on the nozzles.

  • Anzo (Sunday, December 27 20 09:38 am EST)

    Thank you, Darren. Hope you enjoy these photos. Happy Holidays.

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