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This model was built very near to scale and fully textured. This model also has several animateable features including the ailerons, flaps, elevators, rudder, landing gear and doors. The model includes all textures and materials as shown and comes in several formats for your immediate downloading and use. It is a low poly model with a poly count only just above 10K.
The Gloster Javelin was the last aircraft to bear the name of Gloster. It was introduced in the mid 1950s as a subsonic all-weather night interceptor to defend the British Isles from bomber attack. It was upgraded several times over its lifetime including engines, radar and weapons. The Hjavelin was designed to fill the need for anti USSR soviet bombers potentially attacking the British Isles. These aircraft were withdrawn from service in 1968 when the British Electric Lighting was so much more capable than the Javelin.