Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-23 Flogger – Russian Air Force 1/150 scaleAdd to compare
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2 in stock
Premium Collectibles Trading Co Ltd 1/150 scale diecast model of Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 (NATO reporting name: Flogger) of the Russian Air Force. Very suitable to display alongside 1/144 scale models.
This is an accurate looking model in the in-flight configuration only, complete with a display stand in a non-resealable plastic blister. Perfect if you have limited space to display your models and at a very attractive price.
Length 4.5 inches Wingspan 3.5 inches
TIP: If you purchase qty 5 of these models together using the shopping cart the total postage will only be £6.50.
The Mig-23 is a family of tactical fighter aircraft developed in the former Soviet Union to perform primarily air defense missions. The Mig-23 prototype first flew in 1967 and was cleared for operational use in 1971 replacing the Mig-21 as front-line fighter within the Soviet Air Force. The Mig-27 is a light attack aircraft derived from the Mig-23 air defense fighter. The Soviet Union produced a variety of versions combining air defense and ground attack capabilities. The former Soviet Union and India assembled more than 5,900 Mig-23 (roughly 5,000) and Mig-27 (764-900) aircraft from the early 1970s through the 1990s, making it the worlds most-produced variable-geometry (swing wing) aircraft. The Soviet Union exported the Mig-23 and Mig-27 to its Warsaw Pact allies and non-European customers. The few existing aircraft are expected to be withdrawn from service in the 2020-2025 timeframe.