|Saab AJS 37 Viggen 1/72 Die Cast Model|
F7 Wing, Swedish Air Force, International Air Tattoo, 1995
The single-seat Saab 37 Viggen (Thunderbolt) short-medium range fighter/attack plane - the first aircraft to feature both afterburners and thrust-reversers - entered Swedish Air Force service in 1972 and served for more than 30 years before its 2005 retirement.
Now, you can display the first-ever, 1/72 scale, die cast model of the famous Viggen in your collection! Replicating a 1990s-upgrade AJS 37 that performed at the 1995 Royal International Air Tattoo military air show at RAF Fairford, this newly tooled Aviation 72 model features engraved panel lines, a detailed cockpit with a clear canopy, optional-position landing gear, a four-tone camouflage scheme with authentic 1995 Swedish Air Force markings, and more. Measures approximately 9" long with a 5¾" wingspan and includes a display stand.
Note: Shipping 4th Quarter 2013; reserve yours today! (Your credit card will not be charged until the item ships.)
|McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 1/400 Die Cast Model |
"N83NA," Pan American World Airways
Introduced in 1971, the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 wide-body airliner is outfitted with two engines mounted on underwing pylons and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer.
A replica of a long-range DC-10-30 (the most widely produced version of all DC-10s) operated by Pan American, this limited edition, 1/400 scale, die cast Apollo model features simulated cockpit and cabin windows, realistic engine nacelles, extended landing gear, a razor-sharp livery, and more. Measures 5" long with a 5" wingspan and arrives ready to display.
Note: Shipping November 2013; reserve yours today! (Your credit card will not be charged until the item ships.)
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