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F-16C Fighting Falcon "Ukrainian Air Force" Die-Cast Model

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SKU
3003
$129.99

Developed in the 1970s by Lockheed Martin as a single engine, multirole combat fighter for the USAF, the F-16 was immediately received with high praise.

Developed in the 1970s by Lockheed Martin as a single engine, multirole combat fighter for the USAF, the F-16 was immediately received with high praise. Incorporating an aerodynamically unstable configuration and fly-by-wire control system, the advanced jet was prepared to take on even the most powerful adversaries. Since 1973, over 4,600 of the type have been manufactured, still in service as of the early 2020s for nations across the globe.

 

This jet was not just one of the first to take on these new attributes, it was the pioneer of new technologies. The F-16 was the first fighter jet to have direct hydraulic or electronic control surfaces, the first aerodynamically unstable aircraft to see production, and one of the fastest single engine aircraft in the world. It also boasted an extreme power to weight ratio and excellent maneuvering G-Force limits even with fuel and weapons onboard. Each F-16 had 6 underwing pylons, 3 underbody pylons for sensors and fuel, and 2 wingtip launchers for air-to-air missiles. Across these configurations, a maximum of 6 air-to-air missiles or 4 pylons of ground ordinance can be carried, with up to 3 fuel tanks depending on the combat loadout. Additionally, an internal M61 Vulcan 20mm Gatling gun with 512 rounds of ammunition is placed in the left side of the front fuselage, necessary for close in combat. 

 

Decorated with the colors of the Ukrainian Air Force, this “What if?” camouflage is expected to be on their F-16Cs when the nation takes delivery. First placed on their SU-27 Flankers, the two-tone blue and grey livery stands out well, with yellow roundels and the nations crest on the tail. Across the entire fleet, Ukraine has used a similar graphical design language, with silver SU-25s and white MiG-29s, building an identity for its Air Force. Die-Cast version features engraved panel lines, pad printed decals, authentic livery, and accurate attachable weaponry or fuel tanks. Also includes optional landing gear and display stand to show the aircraft in flight. Measures 8.25” in length with a 5.25" wingspan at 1:72 scale. 

 

  • Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect its real-life counterpart.
  • All antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
  • Includes deployed or retracted landing gear, hinged canopy with pilot figurine, and display stand to show the aircraft in flight.
  • Includes multiple sets of detailed attachable weapons with simple press-fit installation.
  • Measures 8.25”l with a 5.25” wingspan at 1:72 Scale.
  • Highly collectible and officially licensed.

Developed in the 1970s by Lockheed Martin as a single engine, multirole combat fighter for the USAF, the F-16 was immediately received with high praise. Incorporating an aerodynamically unstable configuration and fly-by-wire control system, the advanced jet was prepared to take on even the most powerful adversaries. Since 1973, over 4,600 of the type have been manufactured, still in service as of the early 2020s for nations across the globe.

 

This jet was not just one of the first to take on these new attributes, it was the pioneer of new technologies. The F-16 was the first fighter jet to have direct hydraulic or electronic control surfaces, the first aerodynamically unstable aircraft to see production, and one of the fastest single engine aircraft in the world. It also boasted an extreme power to weight ratio and excellent maneuvering G-Force limits even with fuel and weapons onboard. Each F-16 had 6 underwing pylons, 3 underbody pylons for sensors and fuel, and 2 wingtip launchers for air-to-air missiles. Across these configurations, a maximum of 6 air-to-air missiles or 4 pylons of ground ordinance can be carried, with up to 3 fuel tanks depending on the combat loadout. Additionally, an internal M61 Vulcan 20mm Gatling gun with 512 rounds of ammunition is placed in the left side of the front fuselage, necessary for close in combat. 

 

Decorated with the colors of the Ukrainian Air Force, this “What if?” camouflage is expected to be on their F-16Cs when the nation takes delivery. First placed on their SU-27 Flankers, the two-tone blue and grey livery stands out well, with yellow roundels and the nations crest on the tail. Across the entire fleet, Ukraine has used a similar graphical design language, with silver SU-25s and white MiG-29s, building an identity for its Air Force. Die-Cast version features engraved panel lines, pad printed decals, authentic livery, and accurate attachable weaponry or fuel tanks. Also includes optional landing gear and display stand to show the aircraft in flight. Measures 8.25” in length with a 5.25" wingspan at 1:72 scale. 

 

  • Features a high-quality paint scheme, etched panel lines and pad printed decals that reflect its real-life counterpart.
  • All antennas, reflective lights, and surface details have been carefully added to the model.
  • Includes deployed or retracted landing gear, hinged canopy with pilot figurine, and display stand to show the aircraft in flight.
  • Includes multiple sets of detailed attachable weapons with simple press-fit installation.
  • Measures 8.25”l with a 5.25” wingspan at 1:72 Scale.
  • Highly collectible and officially licensed.

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