Chad Slattery X Plane Model Collection
Bell X-22A
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Bell Aerospace X-22A models were produced in several liveries; this was the most common. The manufacturer is unknown to me. Mimicing the real aircraft, this model's four prop shrouds rotate from horizontal through vertical. Fuselage length is nine inches. The aircraft is plastic, and the base is solid metal.
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