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This model is built near to scale and fully textured. Many features are animateable including ailerons, flaps, rudder and elevators, main and tail landing gear and doors. This model is detailed to include cockpit (viable through the class). It carries missiles and rockets. Model is provided in different formats.
The Northrop F-5-G Tiger began a development program which led to the F-20-A Tigershark. It was equipped with a larger single engine and greatly improved performance over the earlier F-5 Tigers.
The Northrop F-20 was initially a development by private investors to sell an advanced lightweight fighter to overseas allies without risking the advanced avionics of the more advanced F-15 and F-16 fighters falling into the Soviet hands. The project was cancelled in 1986 after only some success. Some were sold to the US Air Force and others to National Guard units.