North American Fighter (oz11131)


North American Fighter (oz11131) from Whitman 1940 - plan thumbnail

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North American Fighter. Rubber scale model. A Whitman Exact Scale Flying Model kit.

Scan from dfritzke, cleanup by rchopper56.

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North American Fighter (oz11131) from Whitman 1940 - model pic

  • (oz11131)
    North American Fighter
    from Whitman (ref:3978)
    16in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/04/2019
    Filesize: 822KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke, rchopper56

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This one actually a North American P-68 which was developed from the NA Texan / Harvard as a low-cost fighter. Thus the strange and wrong name of this plan. Whilst no real commercial success, it bears some strong similarities in shape and genesis to the Commonwealth CA-13 Boomerang of far greater fame which quite often is compared to it.
Fynnek - 04/05/2019
Fair point, ok have removed the mention of "AT-6" which seems unhelpful. Thanks all.
SteveWMD - 05/05/2019
Loosely based on the AT-6, this model probably was intended to represent the "export fighter" P-64/NA-68/NA-50 series. AT means Advanced Trainer, this is a fighter.
DD - 05/05/2019
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