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    F-86F-40-NA Sabre 01321

    The proportional model:1:144
    Browse the number:3300

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    Product introduction:
           The final "F" model Sabre F-86F-40 was first built for the Japanese Air Self Defense Force. It is significant in that its outer wing changed again from the F-25. The FAO's wing was lengthened by one foot on each side and returned to using leading edge slats. The longer wing again reduced the stalling speed and allowed slower landing approaches and shorter takeoff distances. The result was an overall improvement over Sabres with the 6-3 wing.          The conversion also improved the combat radius and the Sabre's high altitude maneuverability. Because of this, the United States Air Force converted all active duty Sabres to F-40 specifications beginning in March 1955 and added leading edge slats once again. North American built 280 F-86F-40 Sabres and Mitsubishi in Japan assembled 300 more. 
    Item No    01321
    Item Name    F-86F-40-NA Sabre 
    Bar Code    n/a
    Scale    1:144
    Item Type    Static Kit
    Model Brief    Length: 76mm Wingspan: 82mm
    Total Parts    32pcs
    Metal Parts    n/a
    Photo Etched Parts    n/a
    Film Parts    n/a
    Resin Parts    n/a
    Total Sprues    3 pcs
    Paint Schemes    JASDF F-86F-40-NA s/n 72-7706
    Released Date    n/a
    More Features    Static Aircraft