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Tu-144 Soviet Supersonic Passenger Aircraft 1/144 ICM Models

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The Tu-144 was the world’s first supersonic passenger aircraft. The maiden flight of the prototype was in December 1968, just two months before the British-French Concorde. Serial production began in 1971 and featured the NK-144A engine. In total nine Tu-144 aircraft were built up until 1977. They could transport 150 passengers up to 4150 kilometers, and the cruising speed was about 2340 km/hr. Two aircraft (SSSR-77109 and SSSR-77110) made regular passages through Moscow.

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Product Details:

Scale: 1/144
Country: Russia
Length: 18.3”
Wingspan: 7.9”
Parts: 108
Skill Level: 3
- Painting and assembly required

- 7 sprues
- Detailed landing gear assembly
- Clear parts
- Decals
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Illustrated instructions and paint guide
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Paint Guide:

A. Moscow, Alma-Ata Line, November 1977
Semi-Gloss White
USSR Fulcrum Grey
Flat Black
Fluorescent Red
Aluminum
Chrome Silver
Titanium Metalizer

B. Le Bourget, France, June 1977
Semi-Gloss White
USSR Fulcrum Grey
Flat Black
Fluorescent Red
Aluminum
Chrome Silver
Titanium Metalizer
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