B70 Bomber Aircraft (Re-Issue)

Designed by North American Aviation in the late 1950s, the B70 Bomber was a large six-engined aircraft able to fly Mach 3+ at an altitude of 70,000 feet (21,000 m), which would have allowed it to avoid interceptors, the only effective anti-bomber weapon at the time.

Lindberg B70 Bomber Aircraft (Re-Issue) Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/180 Scale #413
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 Lindberg # lnd413
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Lindberg Item # lnd413
Features :

Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white and clear

Clear display stand included

Waterslide decals

Skill level: 2

Parts: 44

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Spotlight Review

 
"Fun model"
Wkapitan1960w
This kit was very easy ro build. Gor a old model there was very little flash to trim. The part fit was very good also, the decals went down good with some decal solv. only thing I would do different would be to paint the black anti-glare black in front of the cockpit windows, as these were the only ones that did not want to lay down good.

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Features

Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in white and clear

Clear display stand included

Waterslide decals

Skill level: 2

Parts: 44


Specs

  • Lindberg Product Number: 413

Includes

1/180 B70 Bomber plastic model kit by Lindberg Models.


Requirements & Suggestions

Paint Required

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Reviews

  
 
"A misshapen attempt at an important airplane"
jimmbbo
In the '60s, experimental aviation merged with the infant plastic model industry to provide flights of high Mach fancy for young modelers... Like its speedy stablemates, the SR-71 and X-15, the XB-70 redefined the state of aeronautical engineering, but it was all but ignored by model makers. The ancient Lindberg oddball 1/180 scale (chosen to allow the model to fit in the standard box) for a while was the only injected kit available, and it certainly shows its age in the detail, overall shape and molding. The parts count is low (44 total), detail is lacking, and the fit is OK. Its major flaws are that the wing/fuselage intersection is wrong, and that the forward fuselage sports a noticeably shortened slab sided fuselage and distortion the distinctive shape of the airplane's nose. The model's only positive attribute is that it occupies less than half the display shelf real estate of the later monster AMT/ERTL 1/72 version that is 36 inches long(!).

 
"LINDBERG B 70 VALKYRIE"
wdhinds1968 (Oliver Springs Tn)
TYPICAL LINDBERG KIT HAS A LITTLE EXTRA FLASH TO TRIM,PARTS FIT WELL,SIMPLE AND EASY TO BUILD.EXTRA DETALING WILL HELP THIS KIT

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