SAAB A36 Vargen

SAAB A36 Vargen

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I quote Wikipedia: Saab 36, also Project 1300 and later the military designation A36 Vargen (Wolf), was a supersonic bomber designed by Saab during the 1950s. Saab did during the years 1952-1957 a feasibility study on a delta wing supersonic bomber with nuclear capability. The delta wings design came from the almost-completed Saab 35 Draken. The plane would have carried nuclear bombs of up to 800 kg, if it had been developed within the framework of the Swedish nuclear weapons program. The range of A36 Vargen was estimated to 410 km and was thus capable of bombing targets in the Baltic region, which then belonged to the Soviet Union. In 1957 it was decided that all resources would be put on the new fighter aircraft 37 Viggen and the project was discontinued. The engine would have been the British Bristol Olympus , used in the Avro Vulcan and Concorde. Real life measures: Length 17 meters Span 9,6 meters
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    Art.nr BR72151
    Fabrikat Broplan
    Skala 1/72
    Land Sverige
    Epok Modernt
    Second Hand Nej