Northrop XP-56 "Black Bullet" available at Thaipap

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  1. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

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    Hi There,

    Northrop XP-56 "Black Bullet" available at http://thaipaperwork.com now in 1/33 scale at $5.00 again

    Black Bullet is an X-plane after WWII, 2 were built and shape like bullet make it look classic and attractive eye. My kit have 12 pages with full instructiopn diagram to make modeler assemble easily. Picture of whole kit is below

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    Thank you very much in advance for all support, yes we still accept paypal for payment
  2. Darwin

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    OK, Nobi, you finally got me hooked. The teacher bows to the student...just hope I haven't created a Frankenstein with respect to my bank account. Now...how about the Swoose Goose as a future subject? Maybe the Goblin parasite jet fighter? Go, kid, go....keep them coming out.
  3. NOBI

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    Hi Darwin,

    Glad to hear from u again. Swoose Goose is very interesting subject

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    WINGSPAN: 16,18 m
    LENGTH: 16,73 m
    MAX SPEED: 707 km/h
    WEIGHT: 8.259 kg
    ARMAMENT : 2 x 37 mm cannons, 2 x .50 guns

    mean Wingspan at 49.00 cm and Length 50.70 in 1/33 scale. really big interceptor with only 1 propeller, maybe cool is someone can provide me a 3 views drawing with cross section for this subject ;)
  4. cardfan

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    Ooo, I second the Goblin! My very favorite!!

    Glen
  5. Maurice

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    Not sure it shows the radio antenna stuck in the right place though - with or without adhesive - or the colour of the pilots eyes in the right shade either.
    :lol: