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XR-7 Thunder Dart

Testors | No. 567 | 1:72

Boxart XR-7 Thunder Dart 567 Testors

Facts

Brand:
Testors
Title:
XR-7 Thunder Dart
Number:
567
Scale:
1:72
Type:
Full kit
Released:
1993 New tool
Topic:
XR-7 Thunderbolt » Jets (Aircraft)

Box contents

Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide)

Product timeline

 
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Marketplace

Online shops
Logo Wheels & Wings Hobbies
CAD 14.80
CA USD 11.21Out of stock »

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In-box reviews

External reviews
Review Struggle Daddy with teenage mutant daughter

Magazines

(FineScale Modeler Volume 12 Issue 4)
FineScale Modeler | Volume 12 Issue 4
English (TOC: 13 lines)
May 1994

Projects

7 images
Aurora #1View album, image #1
1:72
Finally fixing the nose, which broke when it fell off a bookshelf around 1999.
1:72 SR-75 Penetrator (Testors 4078)1:72 XR-7 Thunder Dart (Testors 567)

Gallery

XR-7 1:72
XR-7
Testors 1:72
by Piotr Dmitruk on Hyperscale
XR-7 Thunderbolt 1:72
XR-7 Thunderbolt
Testors 1:72
by René Zass on ARC Air

Comments

Juan M Leria
Well, this is a bit complex. Testors released this and the SR-75 mothership as part of the Project Aurora speculation.
This kit is under the 'XR-7 Thunderbolt' topic, wich is misleading because actually is 'Thunder Dart'.
Moreover, the SR-75 kit and the combo released by Italeri some years later are under the 'Lockheed SR-75 Penetrator' topic; but this is fictional, it's not a Lockheed product in ant way.
I think all these kits will be better under 'Project Aurora' topic, as it's best known.
What do you think?
22 June 2012, 08:19
Burkhard D
There's similar other kits portraying early renderings of stealth aircraft. I'd suggest a solution that encompasses all fictional items, including science fiction and movieplay 'hardware'. I'd simply put everything under 'Science Fiction', maybe with subcategorieslike "Science Fiction - Movie 'blabla'" or "Science Fiction - Project 'blabla'"
22 June 2012, 10:40