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McDonnell-Douglas A-4 M Skyhawk "Tomcats" #FI0034
McDonnell-Douglas A-4 M Skyhawk "Tomcats"
Military Aircraft

 The McDonnell-Douglas built A-4 M Skyhawk II, developed for the United States Marine Corps, is the most advanced variant in the A-4 family of aircraft.  The M variant is fitted with a more powerful P & W J52-P-408A jet engine and possesses greater acceleration, straight-line speed and maneuverability when compared to its predecessor the A-4 F.  The A-4 M Skyhawk's all-weather capabilities were improved by the installation of an inertial navigation system along with a larger windscreen and canopy.  The A-4 M prototype made its first flight in April 1970 and production aircraft began entering service with VMA-324 in April 1971.  The A-4 M Skyhawk has a top speed of 645 mph and carries two Mk. 12 20 mm cannons along with a maximum bomb-load of 9,195 pounds.  This McDonnell-Douglas A-4 M Skyhawk "Tomcats" scaled model includes the following features: 1) Authentic markings for A-4 M Skyhawks flown by U.S. Marine Corps VMA-311 "Tomcats" & VMA-214 "Blacksheep"; 2) Detail cockpit; 3) Detailed landing gear; 4) Externally mounted bombs and rocket pods; 5) Molded in light gray plastic; 6) Optional closed or open position clear plastic canopy; 7) Recessed panel lines; 8)Separately molded airbrakes; 9) Separately molded wing slots; 10) Painting guide and 11) Illustrated assembly instructions.  The box is in new condition.   Never started and 100% complete with all parts, decals and instructions inventoried.


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