F107A Ultra Sabre Prototype Aircraft

This is a 1/72 scale F107A Ultra Sabre Prototype plastic model airplane.

Trumpeter F107A Ultra Sabre Prototype Aircraft Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/72 scale #1605
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"Great kit"
smarkley1
Great kit of one of the overlooked century fighters. Glad trumpeter saw fit to make this kit.

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  • Trumpeter Product Number: 1605

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Reviews

  
 
"excellent kit of a rare subject"
rarem37
I was really happy to see this kit issued! It is a nicely done kit of a very rare aircraft. The build was a bit more challenging than most of the major brand kits at the time it was issued. If you take your time and fit the parts well it will build up with no problems. I used Testors red in the small square bottle to touch up the small areas the decals didn't cover and Testors red spray for some of the bigger areas the decals didn't cover. It is a very close match.

 
"Ahead of it's time."
jehogga
The jets unusual design is what caught my modeler's eye. An unusual story, also. It certainly is an attention getter amongst its model shelf co-habitants!

 
"F-107"
www.graemechen
A great rare type of aircraft model -Graeme It is wonderful to receive it long live trumpeter.

Information

On Sept. 10, 1956, the No. 1 F-107A , which was originally designed as a tactical fighter-bomber version of the F-100, made its initial flight, attaining Mach 1.03 .The aircraft first achieved Mach 2 (twice the speed ofsound) in tests on Nov. 3, 1956. The F-107A with a recessed weapon bay under the fuselage. However,extensive design changes resulted in its redesignation from F-100B to F-107A. Three F-107As were builtas prototypes and were test flown extensively, but the aircraft did not go into production, the Republic F-105 having been selected as the standard fighter-bomber for the Tactical Air Command in late 1957.

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