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MIG-23ML Die Cast Model Red 610, East Germany (GDR), 1990 (1:72)
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Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA5313 -

    Hobby Master 1-72 Air PowerHA5313 MIG-23ML Red 610, East Germany (GDR), 1990In the 1960's the Soviet military required a replacement for the MiG-21 that could compete with the USAF F-14 Tomcat. It had to be very fast, rapid acceleration, carry a larger payload, capable of a high service ceiling, long range and beyond visual range intercept capabilities. The project was given to the Mikoyan- Gurevich Design Bureau that produced the Model 23-11 that first flew on June 10, 1967. Production began...

    MIG-23MLD Die Cast Model Blue 03, Soviet Air Force, Bagram, Afghanistan, July 1987 (1:72)
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    Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA5312 -

      Hobby Master 1-72 Air PowerHA5312 MIG-23MLD Blue 03, Soviet Air Force, Bagram, Afghanistan, July 1987In the 1960's the Soviet military required a replacement for the MiG-21 that could compete with the USAF F-14 Tomcat. It had to be very fast, rapid acceleration, carry a larger payload, capable of a high service ceiling, long range and beyond visual range intercept capabilities. The project was given to the Mikoyan- Gurevich Design Bureau that produced the Model 23-11 that first flew on June...

      MIG-23MLD Flogger-K Bort 4644, Czech AF, CIAF Air Show 1999 (1:72)
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      Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA5311 -

        Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series HA5311 MIG-23ML Flogger 4644, CIAF 99, Czech Air Force, 1999 In the 1960's the Soviet military required a replacement for the MiG-21 that could compete with the USAF F-14 Tomcat. It had to be very fast, rapid acceleration, carry a larger payload, capable of a high service ceiling, long range and beyond visual range intercept capabilities. The project was given to the Mikoyan- Gurevich Design Bureau that produced the Model 23-11 that first flew on June 10,...

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