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T-33A Shooting Star Airplane Model

One of your favorite miniature planes!


The T-33 Shooting Star is a jet trainer aircraft produced by Lockheed and piloted by Tony Levier.

The T-33 was originally designated as the TF-80C and its maiden was on March 22, 1948. In the 1980s, the T-33 served as currency trainers, drone towing, combat and tactical simulation training, "hack" aircraft, electronic countermeasures and warfare training and test platforms. There was an attempt to modify and modernize the T-33 as the Boeing Skyfox, but the project was cancelled due to lack of orders.

The T-33A has a crew of two. It has a maximum speed of 600 mph and a range of 1,275 miles ferry. The T-33 has two 0.50 in Browning M3 machine guns with 350 rounds per gun and has up to 2,000 lbs. of ordnance on two under wing hard-points. Weapons carried include bombs and rocket pods.

The primary users of the T-33 are the United States Air Force, United States Navy and the Royal Thai Air Force. The T-33 saw service in over 30 nations and still operates as a trainer in smaller air forces. Other operators of the T-33 include Brazil, Turkey and Thailand, using the aircraft extensively.

Dimensions: 9.5"L x 6"W x 6"H
T 33A Shooting Star Airplane Model
T 33A Shooting Star Airplane Model

T-33A Shooting Star Airplane Model

734896p

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T-33A Shooting Star Airplane Model

734896p

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Brookstone/OSIM-branded products are backed by a one-year limited warranty.

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