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North American F-86F Sabre 51-2910 "Beauteous Butch II" 39th FIS/51st FIW Suwon AB 1953
From Hobby Master
Code: HA4306

Length: 6.75"
Width: 6.25"

1/72 scale pre-finished.

Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.

Professionally painted.

All markings are pad applied for superb results.

Crew figure.

Comes with display stand.

Landing gear can be displayed up or down.

Extremely sought after by collectors.
The North American F-86 Sabre was manufactured from 1949 – 1956 and was America’s first 
swept-wing fighter. As well as being built in the U.S. variants were built in Canada and Australia 
bringing the total of all variants manufactured to 9,860 units. During the Korean War the Sabre 
arrived to take on the other swept-wing aircraft of the conflict, the MiG-15 Fagot. The Americans 
claim they shot down 792 MiGs while only losing 78 Sabres, a 10:1 victory ratio which is greatly 
disputed.

In late 1952 Joseph C. McConnell Jr. was assigned to the 39th FIS/51stFIW in South Korea. 
Between January 14, 1953 and May 18, 1953 McConnell became the USAF top ace of the 
Korean War with 16 MiG-15 victories. During the Korean War McConnell flew 3 different F-86s, 
all named “Beautious Butch II”; a pet name for his wife. An F-86E, then an F-86F that was shot 
down and finally  F-86F 51-2910 buzz number FU-910. On May 18, 1953 McConnell scored 
victories 15 and 16 and his F-86F had the name repainted to “Beauteous Butch II”.

Assemble Guide: No assembly required.

Our Price: MYR230.00

  Discontinued  

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