Chad Slattery X Plane Model Collection
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar
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An in-house model from Boeing of the USAF X-20 Dyna-Soar. A printed label on the bottom reads "Model Shop 2-3944" and an employee has printed "M. Braun" on it. Boeing's model shop produced several variants of X-20 models, changing the base or the decals. This model appeared in the second edition of Jay Miller's authoritative treatise, The X-Planes, and was purchased on eBay. Other variants include the same black aircraft inscribed with windshield panels, and an alternative stand made from thick acrylic.
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