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« on: April 03, 2010, 08:03:27 AM »

The FA-37 Talon, as seen in "Stealth", is available from Fantastic Plastic.

Scale: 1:72
Material: Resin
Number of Pieces:36
Landing Gear and Cockpit Included
Master by Anigrand Craftswork
Decals by Mana Studios
Casting by Anigrand Craftswork

This 1:72 scale resin kit was created by Anigrand Craftswork for Fantastic Plastic.  The kit has a total of 36 parts and features a clear resin canopy and landing gear.

Back ground story of the "Talon" as discribed in the Fantastic Plastic website:

2005's "Stealth" was a major box-office disappointment.  But it did provide fans with an amazing new swing-wing aircraft, the FA-37 "Talon."  With moveable forward-swept wings reminiscent of the much-rumored "Switchblade" fighter, the FA-37 fighter/bomber/interceptor was supposed to have a top speed of Mach 4.0 as well as the most advanced radar-evading technology in the American arsenal.  Its range was purported to be 4,000 nautical miles.

To order the kit, visit the Fantastic Plastic website:

Also coming in October of 2010 (this year) a companion to the Talon!

The 1/72 EDI-UCAV from "Stealth" (2004, *this is a typo, the correct year is 2005*)


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