1/72 Russian Tu-128UT "cellist" trainer 01688
Figure-128 is a long-range interceptor developed by the Soviet Tupolev Design Bureau, NATO nicknamed "cellist". It is by far the largest interceptor in the world.
Tu-128 was only given a tactic: the B-52 was discovered, and then all four AA-4 missiles were volleyed 50 km away, and then immediately ran away, never in love. The weapon is four R-4 (AA-5) air-to-air missiles carried by the pylon (usually two R-4R radar guided missiles and two R-4T infrared guided missiles).
Figure-128 uses a tandem two-seat design with a swept wing and the main landing gear is located in the nacelle under the main wing. Without a magazine, the huge fuselage can carry enough fuel, and the weapons are all fixed on the wing pylon.
|product name||Russian Tu-128UT "cellist" trainer|
|product type||Plastic Model Aircraft Kit|
|Model size||Length: 439mm Wingspan: 250mm|
|Total number of parts||130+|
|Total number of offsets||11 sprues|
|More description|| The kit consists of over 130 parts , clear parts for canopy
– fuselage&wing with finely engraved panel lines