Not a lot of mention of this model on here so here are a few pics, the model is based on the CAD from the Airfix 1/72 kit release a couple of years ago, tis is the most accurate Spey F-4 available in kit form and it was designed using LIDAR scanning of the FGR.2 at Duxford. The Corgi model matches the Airfix exterior detail exactly though the construction has been simplified , no three different outer wings, extende, extended with open slats or folded and no extended flap or slat options or open aux intake doors or extended nose leg.
Where the model does fall down is the cockpit interior, it has been painted a pale grey, it should be Gull Grey ,lack of instruments and the cockpit coaming has been left in the pale grey not painted black.
I prised open the cockpit, repainted the interior and added Eduard etch instrument panels for the Hasegawa kit, not perfect but it works.
Photographed outdoors with the stand photoshopped out , no further digital editing.
I also took it to the Ulster Aviation Society collection to photograph the model with the real XT864 that has been returned to its 892 NAS "007" scheme.
No comment on criticism of your very nice cockpit upgrade work, but I'm not exactly new to diecast or phantoms. And, had you just showed me the exterior photos of that phantom, I would have happily concluded that it was a 1/72 model. Based on your photos, the critics are right about the drop in quality from the 1/48 EE Lightning to this upscaled plastic 1/72 kit.