ATTIC 1/48 Resin Boeing X-32A/B

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Previous Attic Aircraft kits (X-29, in my experience,) have been very difficult to work with and suffering in the accuracy department. Hopefully the X-32 reverses the trend. It can't be worse in outline than the Italeri X-32 in 72nd scale (which appears to be based off Boeing drawings from the '97 time period, based off the narrow, steeply-swept tails.)
 

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