Download F-4 drawing(pdf version)
F-4 Phantom II first took to the air on May 27, 1958. From 1958 to 1979, when the production line stopped, a total of 5,195 F-4 Phantom II aircraft were built. Of those, 5,057 rolled off the McDonnell Aircraft (later McDonnell Douglas) production line in St. Louis, Mo. The last 138 were built under license by Mitsubishi Aircraft Co. in Japan. The Phantom was the first multiservice aircraft, flying concurrently with the U.S. Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. It still flies in defense of 8 nations, was retired in 1996 from U.S. military forces. More than 800 F-4 Phantom II aircraft are still on active duty with the defense forces: JASDF of Japan, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Israel, South Korea, Spain and Turkey.
Reference from www.boeing.com.
How to manufacture F-4
Download the drawing and print it on thick paper. (Refer to Material
and Instrument.) Set up your printer for thick paper.
Cut the paper according to the thick line. Start with body of plane. Fold up as dash and dot line " _ . _ . _" , and fold down as dash line " - - - - " . At first make cockpit 1 and vertical tail fin 2. After folding the body3, open and cover back side of plane in paste or glue, paste cockpit and vertical tail fin inside the body and re-fold. Cut out the catapulting hook. Paste nose cover 8 at nose of body. Fold the main wings 4 and enforcing parts 5 according to thin line to make dihedral angle of main wings tip(12 - 15 degrees). Paste main wing enforcing parts 5 under the main wings 4. Paste main wings 4 under the body. Paste horisontal tail fin 6 and 7. Anhedral angle of horizontal tail fin is 23degrees.
Bend down front edge of main wings slightly as a bow shape to make camber. Form washout (decrease angle of incidence at wing tip) at the tip of main wings slightly.
Spray clear paint thinly if fly outdoor.