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This model was originally built in Max 13. It is near to scale (within 3-4% of scale) and fully textured. Materials are in large high resolution formats. The model has a lot of detail on the exterior of the aircraft. There are many animateable features including the ailerons, flaps, elevators, rudder, and landing gear retraction as well as landing gear doors can be closed. The rear access ramp may also be opened. Turbines are animateable. This model was designed for visualization use and can be used animated or not in scenes flying of sitting on ramp or tarmac. These models are realistic and one military livery and bare metal are available here.. Several various formats are available. Note!
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The Fairchild C-123A was a variant of the C-123 that had four jet engines to replace the two reciprocating propeller engines. This was the first aircraft to ever be designed as a glider that would be adapted to propeller and jet power and was the USAs first jet powered transport. It was not however as practical and was too expensive at the time and the standard version, C-123B was adopted with two radial engines driving propellers. Later versions C-123K included two additional jet engines on pylons under the wings and most C-123B were upgraded to the K model. Two production models of the C-123A were built. Production model (C-123-B) based on the XC-123 with two 2300 hp R-2800-99W engines with accommodation for 61 troops or 50 stretchers, equipment or cargo. 5 built by Chase and 302 build by Fairchild Aircraft. These aircraft served as transport aircraft, with the US Air Force and several other air forces around the world.