|F-105D Thunderchief 1/72 Die Cast Model|
"Polish Glider," Major Don Kutyna, 44th TFS, Takhli RTAFB
Introduced in 1958, the Mach 2-capable Republic F-105 Thunderchief conducted the majority of strike bombing missions during the first years of the Vietnam War, but was eventually pulled from service due to high loss rates.
Made by Hobby Master, this 1/72 scale, die cast model of the "Polish Glider," an F-105D flown by Maj. Don Kutyna of the 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 355th Tactical Fighter Wing, out of the Takhli RTAFB in 1970 features engraved panel lines, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy and a removable pilot figure, a finely replicated "wasp waist" with realistic intakes in the wing roots, a full load of removable bombs and fuel tanks, movable horizontal stabilizers, optional-position speed brakes and landing gear, and authentic markings, including the coat of arms of the 2nd Republic of Poland (1918-1939). Measures 10¾" long with a 5¾" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.
|F-4 Phantom Metal Sign |
With a U.S. Marine Corps F-4 Phantom II leaving the scene after dropping its payload, this 24-gauge steel sign is made in the USA, measures 12"x 16", and includes mounting holes.
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