The first F-14 Tomcat made its maiden flight on Dec. 21, 1970. It was the culmination of an extensive Grumman Aerospace Corporation’s design program to meet U.S ...Read more
The first F-14 Tomcat made its maiden flight on Dec. 21, 1970. It was the culmination of an extensive Grumman Aerospace Corporation’s design program to meet U.S. Navy specifications for an effective shipboard fighter. The F-14 was introduced to the fleet on Oct. 14, 1972 and went to sea for the first time in operational deployment on Sept. 17, 1974. The F-14 is well known for its starring role in the movie “Top Gun”.
Build 'N Show a Grumman F-14 Tomcat US Navy Shipboard Fighter/Bomber with this Non-Flying Scale Balsa Display Model Kit from Guillow's.
Model Building Suitable for Ages 14 and Older.
FEATURES: Easy to assemble!
Build with interchangeable extended or swept back wings.
Display as a skeleton model or as tissue covered (included) and decorated.
Pre-cut to shape parts on die-cut balsa sheets.
Balsa strip stock.
Wire for landing gear.
Vacuum formed plastic parts including wheels and nose.
Vacuum formed plastic bubble canopy.
Colorful decal sheet.
Main landing gear doors.
Dummy arresting gear.
Sidewinder missiles and pylon.
Clay for balancing the model.
Step-by-step instructions and related photos clearly show how to assemble this stunning display piece!
INCLUDES: One F-14 Tomcat
Workboard (Flat Surface)
Transparent Film (Saran Wrap)
Balsa Wood Cement
T-Pins or Common Pins
SPECS: Approx. Scale: 1:40
Extended Wingspan: 19" (48.26cm)
Swept Back Wingspan: 10" (25.40cm)
Length: 18-1/2" (45.99cm)
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