This version of our Grumman F-14-D Tomcat 3D model comes with missiles, missile launch pylons and fairings. The bare metal version also comes with strictly a single bare metal scheme for use in customizing paint liveries by the user.
Models with squadron liveries do come with sidewinder, sparrow and Maverick missiles, pylons and additional textures for these. These models are also will be posted with three liveries that are from a single identified squadron. These may be the bright color scheme, the less bright and the very dull gray of modern camo paint schemes.
This model was built very near to scale and is fully textured. Model has animateable leading edge wing slats, flaps, stabilizations, rudders, turbines, canopy open/close, landing gear extend/, landing gear doors, wheels and some cockpit controls. Details include modeled cockpit details, controls, turbines, engine exhaust and much more. The model comes in 10 different formats. Cockpit canopy opening is animated.
One model High Poly 'HP' is built without landing gear, without all the cockpit detail and some other details. Model HP polygon count is 139909 and vertices count is 75708.
The second model Very High Poly 'VHP' provided here is complete with landing gear, landing gear doors and a lot of cockpit detail including panels, dials, displays, toggles. Model VHP polygon count is 261051 and vertices count is 139761.
The F-14D Tomcat is a supersonic, twin-engine, variable sweep-wing, two-place strike fighter manufactured by Grumman Aircraft Corporation. The F-14D is either a remanufactured F-14A or new production aircraft, both equipped with F110-GE-400 engines, new radar, and new avionics systems.
The first production F-14D was flown on February the 9th, 1990. The aircraft can carry the short, medium and long-range air-to-air missiles AIM-9, AIM-7 and AIM-54, and air-to-ground ordnance including the Rockeye bomb and CBU cluster bombs.