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  • F-104G Starfighter, 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 (1:72) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery - HA1033
  • F-104G Starfighter, 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 (1:72) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery - HA1033
  • F-104G Starfighter, 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 (1:72) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery - HA1033
  • F-104G Starfighter, 26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983 (1:72) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery - HA1033
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Length: 9.17"
Wingspan 3.48"

Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

Collectors item: Not suitable for children under 14

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    Lockheed F-104G Starfighter
    26+30, JG.32 "Bavaria", Luftwaffe, July 1983

    True 1/72 scale
    Professionally painted unique scheme
    Great attention to detail
    Markings are Tampoed (pad applied)
    Option to display the model on a stand that is provided
    Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions
    Loads of optional armament has been provided
    Canopy can be displayed open or closed
    Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic
    Highly collectable

    The F-104 Starfighter was a revolutionary design with short razor-sharp wings. It was
    the first aircraft to be able to maintain Mach 2 not just in short bursts. The Starfighter
    shattered speed and rate of climb records that still are impressive today. This extremely
    high speed earned the plane the nickname "The Missile With A Man In It". Because of
    financial considerations 15 or more countries purchased the F-104. The Starfighter flew
    with the USAF in 1958 and the last airplane was decommissioned in Italy in 2004.

    Lockheed F-104G 26+30 c/n 9182 completed its maiden flight on April 29, 1965. The
    aircraft was delivered to JaboG 36 on August 4, 1965. In April 1970 the aircraft was
    heavily damaged but after two years of repairs was returned to JaboG 36. In late 1973
    the aircraft was assigned to JaboG 31 and eventually went to JaboG 32 on April 26,
    1983. 26+30 was given a special paint scheme marked as "Bavaria" to celebrate the
    25th Anniversary of JaboG 32 on July 26, 1983.
    F-104G specifications