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***Max of 3 per customer***


The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is a Mach 3+ reconnaissance aircraft capable of operating at an altitude of 85,000 ft. The Blackbird was developed from the A-12 – an aircraft built for the US Central Intelligence Agency. The A-12/SR-71 was the first aircraft to be designed with a reduced radar cross-section. Aircraft 61-7964 was given the nickname “Bododian Express” after making an emergency landing in Bodo, Norway on 13 Aug 1981 due to an engine malfunction. A total of 32 SR-71s were built.


These Drops were cut from a fuselage panel off SR-71 Blackbird 61-7964. They are either Black, Red, or Black/Red. 


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


Fulfillment is random. There are no returns on Air Drops. 

Air Drops Series 1 SR-71A Blackbird 61-7964 Fuselage Skin

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