The first flight took place in March 1954, and a total of 456 fighter-bombers of this type were produced. The model adopts the design of the wing wet fuel tank. The bomb and the auxiliary fuel tank are included under the wing, carrying up to 6,000 pounds. The later configurations were equipped with an upgraded J57-P-21 turbojet engine.
The model also can refuel in the air. The original aerial refuelling pipe used a straight and long design, extending straight forward from the leading edge of the root of the wing. A refuelling hose and a funnel-shaped cone sleeve are released from the back of the refuelling machine. The pilot controls the aircraft to move forward, inserts the fuel probe into the cone sleeve, and maintains the connection during refuelling. In actual operation, it was found that the straight oil-receiving pipe probe was very difficult to operate, and it was later changed to an upwardly curved and raised oil-receiving pipe.
The US Air Force’s “Thunderbirds” aerobatic team used F from 1956 until 1964.-100CPerform a show.
- Detailed fuselage w/accurate design.
- Optional position flaps.
- Highly detailed Engines.
- Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin.
- crew seats with photo-etched seat belts and harnesses.
- Grooved rubber tyres.
- Scale: 1/32
- Type: Static Model Aircraft
- Length: 594.8mm
- Wingspan: 369.5mm
- Total Parts: 430+Pcs
- Eteched Parts: 1
- Total Sprues: 18 + Tyres
- Paint Schemes: 2
|1/32 USAF F-100C Super Sabre Fighter Jet Scaled Plastic Model Kit||1|
- Modelling Glue such as Revell Contacta Professional Glue 25g
- Tweezers, scissors & modelling knives
|Military Aircraft Type:||Fighter|
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