Avro Vulcan XH558 Model

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Vulcan XH558 was the last of the V-Bombers. Operated by The Vulcan to the Sky Trust, she was the last remaining airworthy example of our Cold War nuclear deterrent – only retiring from flying duties in 2015. XH558 saw active service in the famous “Black Buck” raids of the Falklands conflict – a long-range bombing mission to disable the runway at Port Stanley airfield.
Hand carved from a piece of solid mahogany, this 1:108 scale model is finished with up to 30 coats of enamel, with every intricate detail applied by hand. Displayed on a smart desk stand in a ‘gear up’ position. Wingspan 11”



The Avro Vulcan was a delta-wing, subsonic bomber operated by the Royal Air Force from 1953-84, forming part of our nuclear deterrent during the Cold War, and playing a vital role during the Falklands conflict.
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