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***Max of 2 per customer***


The Convair B-58A  Hustler was a nuclear bomber developed in the 1950s to replace the B-47 Stratojet. It flew high and fast (Mach 2) to avoid Soviet missiles. Due to rapid advancements in Soviet surface-to-air missiles, the B-58 was forced to adopt a low-level attack penetration run, which drastically reduced its range and capabilities. This, along with its high operating cost, led to its early retirement. A total of 116 B-58s were made and 26 were lost in mishaps.


These Drops were cut from a fuselage panel off B-58A Hustler 60-1122. They are all black. 


All Air Drops come on 3.5" x 2.5" cards cut from .25" acrylic sheet and can be removed from the card.


There are no returns on Air Drops. 

Air Drops Series 1 B-58A Hustler 60-1122 Fuselage Skin

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