Launched by the United States during the Vietnam War, the Republic F-105D Thunderchief (or "Thud," as it was nicknamed), was a supersonic fighter-bomber intended to replace the F-84F. The Thunderchief was capable of reaching Mach 2 at high altitude and was the predominant aircraft for striking military targets with heavy bomb loads.
Kit is 24 inches long with a wingspan of 13 inches. Comes with 514 parts, including 18 sprues and 3 rubber wheels. Made of plastic with some metal parts (aileron and flap shaft). Markings included: S/N 59-1822 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 355th Tactical Fighter Wing pilot Don Kutyna “Polish Glider."