ACADEMY 12492 P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback, Multicolor

(13 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 26, 2024 8:41 am Details


  • Fully engraved panel lines & rivet detail
  • Highly detailed cockpit interior
  • Optional position landing gear door
  • Includes various under wing weapons

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Price History for ACADEMY 12492 P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback, Multicolor


Current Price $16.45 January 16, 2024
Highest Price $16.50 January 29, 2023
Lowest Price $16.50 January 29, 2023
Since January 29, 2023

Last price changes

$16.50 January 29, 2023

Additional information

Product Dimensions

6.01 x 6.79 x 2.44 inches

Item Weight

5.3 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



Model Rectifier Corp.

Country of Origin

Korea, Republic of

Date First Available

November 22, 2004

13 reviews for ACADEMY 12492 P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback, Multicolor

  1. Mayberry mommy

    Very difficult to properly align many parts that would have locator pins or something on a model from virtually any other company. Low detail interior with no panel decal.

  2. Tim S.

    Es un avión que viene en un solo color, el platico de mala calidad, muy costoso para lo que ofrece, tiene mejor calidad y colores los de mi alegria! Para nada nos gusto el avíon. No lo recomiendo para nada !

  3. gary schwoerer

    perfect gift! Glue is not included

  4. Sean

    Highly recommend excellent model

  5. Anthony

    The kit arrived in great condition and on time. Haven’t started assembly yet other projects in the pipeline before I can get to this. However, after checking the contents and perusing the directions it looks like a fairly straight forward project. As to skill level and age that all depends on your audience (gift or self). For the very first time build may be a bit of a challenge but doable. For more experienced modelers no problem. Glue and paints sold separately. Decals are included in the kit. (If you’re not familiar with the 1:72 scale the fuselage with cowling will be about 7 inches nose to tail.}

  6. Javier Sainz

    Parfait pour passer du temps avec le périt fils.

  7. Anthony

    This was my first model and I learned a lot from it. First – scale. This is a small model (1/72 scale) that will require tweezers for some parts. Probably not for small kids. Wing span is about 7 inches, and length is about 6 1/2 inches. Second – get proper glue. I started with super glue and it made a mess of the model. I bought Tamiya extra thin cement and it was a game changer. Takes longer to set, easier to apply, doesnt stick your fingers together… Just get some, trust me. Third – paint. I started with brushing on cheap acrylic craft paint and it works but an airbrush/spray paint is definitely the way to go. Something to consider if you want to display the model or post pictures online. Last – decals. There is a way to apply decals. They arent stickers like I originally thought. You soak them in water, wet the model, slide them off onto the model… its simple to do, just different than I thought. I spent time trying to peel the “stickers” off the paper before realizing I was doing it wrong. Watch a youtube video.

    Overall, I loved this model. Great detail, easy to assemble, 2 decal paint scheme options. Its an awesome activity to zone out to while still feeling productive. Similar to doing a puzzle. I highly recommend it and have already ordered another.

  8. gary schwoerer

    Latest kit completed – Academy 1/72 P-47D Razorback – markings of 317th FS/325th FG – Italy 1944 – construction and painting went ok – one thing I don’t like about Academy at this scale is a lack of locator pins or attachment points – landing gear is fragile – worst part is the decals – they are awful – it was a fight with every. single. one. I should have heeded the warnings in the reviews. After a 10 minute struggle with one of the rudder checkerboards it ended in a crumpled mess – P-47 is such a cool aircraft, though – I’ll have to try another kit in the future

  9. Jim Schmidt

    I liked this plane a lot. I built this with my 7-year-old son and I think it was the perfect balance of challenge and not too difficult. I liked the details on the decals. The only reason why this is not a five-star review is that there was a piece missing: the cockpit canopy.

  10. Amazon Customer

    otro principal de mi nueva coleccion, fue de los primeros modelos que me compraron cuando niño, la portada de la caja es diferente desde aquel entonces, pero el modelo es el mismo, “razorback”, gracias.

  11. Jim Schmidt

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     its been awhile doing plane modeling and i will do a update to this. This video is to show what you get.Thanks for the plane

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  13. Miran Oh

    La publicación dice escala 1/48 y es escala 1/72. Alto el precio para esa escala.
    Tarde en su promesa de entrega!

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