In a recent posting, I referred to a review of the Revell 1/72 Hunter F6 as saying that the wing extensions should extend 5mm further inboard and the outer pylons should be moved inboard by the same amount. The November issue has a letter from Mr. Banyard of Suffolk who says that he has measured a Hunter FGA9 in a museum and found the Revell kit to be correct "within the limits of moulding technology".
Mr. Banyard attributes the mistake to various drawings of the Hunter that show the dog tooth as extending inboard to line up with the inner edge of the ailerons. In fact, he says, the aileron extends 7.25 inches inboard of the dog tooth.
I was going to buy the kit anyway but now I won't have to wait for the aftermarket correction parts before adding it to the piles of unmade kits in the loft.