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Vought TA-7C Corsair II . Two-seat trainer version of the A-7 for the U.S. Navy. 24 converted from A-7B, 36 from A-7C. In 1984, 49 airframes, including the 8 EA-7Ls, were re-engined with the TF41-A-402 and upgraded to A-7E standard. Info courtesy Wikipedia. . 2-seater modification of my A-7A model, with extensive work to the forward upper fuselage to lengthen the cockpit and re-contour the aircraft's spine for the larger canopy. The ventral airbrake has been shortened slightly and the hinge moved back. The new dual cockpit opens to the starboard side of the aircraft, and will fit two minifigures underneath when closed. The model retains the fully functioning landing gear, airbrake, Naval style inflight refueling probe, opening radome, folding wings, and moveable flight control surfaces.


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