Revell RV63887 Girft Set 1:144-Bae Harrier GR.7 Plastic Model kit, Grey, 1/350

(6 customer reviews)


Last updated on October 18, 2023 5:37 am Details


  • Detailed model kit for advanced model builders.
  • Non-assembled plastic model kit.
  • Illustraded multilingual assembly instructions include extensive directions.
  • Kit suitable fo ages 12 to adult.

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Additional information



Age Range Description

Child, Adult





Item Dimensions LxWxH

10.63 x 1.3 x 9.06 inches



Included Components

Parts to make one plastic model.

Item Weight

6.7 ounces



Number of Pieces



With Glue, Paint & Brush

Model Name

Girft Set 1:144 – Bae Harrier GR.7

Product Dimensions

10.63 x 1.3 x 9.06 inches

Item model number




6 reviews for Revell RV63887 Girft Set 1:144-Bae Harrier GR.7 Plastic Model kit, Grey, 1/350

  1. Tom H

    Very good model, good detail for the size. Amazing number of transfers which again are so small!

    I knew it was going to be small but you cant appreciate how small it is going to be until you build it.

    Fitted together nicely. Some parts were small on the sprew but they came off without too much trouble.

  2. T. Charles

    Should have checked 1:144 scale is just to small for me, son who’s 6 didn’t have a chance at doing anything on it,

  3. Tom H

    I’m really sorry to say, but I hated this kit. in 1/144 scale, it is simply too small to build. The parts are tiny, snap in 2 off the sprue even when using a new blade or nippers and just didn’t sit well together as a build. I ended up throwing it away as I just detested every part of it. Shame, but it’s my own fault for buying a too small a scale kit.

  4. kwon SOHN

    Cracking little kit of a classic British jet. It’s very small in 1/144 scale but it is nicely detailed. (I’ve added a penny to the photos to give an idea of the scale). The decals are high quality though do take a bit of set and sol to really settle into the panel lines.
    It is a little fiddly to assemble and paint so I wouldn’t reccomend it as a kit for beginners. But it is a cheap, challenging project for an experienced hand.
    Step 15 of the instructions I feel is slightly incorrect. Looking at photos of the real aircraft, I used part 46 in the holes that are just infront of the wing landing gear. I then used the leftover pylons (can’t remember the part number) combined with part 28 to make the Aim9 Sidewinder pylons. It seemed to fit better and look more like the real jet. I could be wrong that’s just how I did it.
    1/72 would be a better scale for beginners, Italeri do a very nice Harrier GR3 in Falklands war livery that is less fiddly to assemble and paint.
    Hope you enjoy building yours as much as I did mine.

  5. kwon SOHN

    My mistake was just focused on money when I choosed this kit.
    It is very tiny airplane to build. However, high qulaity than I expected. Easy to build but slightly difficult to add decal and painting.
    It is worth to buy for beginners who looking for cheap sample to do something such improve build and painting skill. It is the best.
    I recommend paint brushing instead of air brushing. You can enjoy pleasure of hand painting with this kit. Enjoy!

  6. Gareth Jones

    Ordered the wrong size, sent back

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