1:144 North American FJ-4 Fury In flight
The North American FJ-4 Fury was a swept-wing carrier-capable fighter-bomber for the United States Navy and Marine Corps. It was designed as an all-weather interceptor and the first FJ-4 flew on 28 October 1954, with 150 being built. The FJ-4B version was capable of carrying a nuclear weapon. 222 FJ-4Bs were built. The FJ-4 and FJ-4B were retired in the late 1960s. This 1/144 scale model of the FJ-4 Fury was designed to be suspended on a one sixteenth inch rod as if in flight, so a hole has been incorporated into the underside of the fuselage to accommodate the rod. Features include the flight refueling probe, the pitot tube, antennas, and clear plastic for the canopy glass.