F-102A (CASE X)
F-102A Delta Dagger, designed and manufactured by Convair，was the first supersonic all-weather interceptor and also the world's first aircraft applied the 'Area Rule'. There were two different wings for the F-102As: the 'Case X' and 'Case XX' wings. The F-102As were mainly deployed in North American, while a small number of them were deployed in overseas bases during its service. F-102As also served in Vietnam War. After being retired from USAF, a part of F-102 aircrafts were transferred to the United States Air National Guard, others were sold to Greece and Turkey.
1/72 scale plastic model kit of F-102A Delta Dagger is 289mm in total length and 161mm in width. It offers several strictly verified painting options, the best assembly and precise fit. The weapons bay can be built either open or closed. Built-in missile pylons are retractable. The cockpit is detailed and its canopy can also be built either open or closed. The exhaust nozzle is precise. Accurate model lines completely reproduce the perfect shape of the Area-ruled F-102A aircraft. Besides, the landing gears and airbrakes can be built either open or closed as well.