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These tags are constucted from the carbon fibre composite fairing panel, located aft of the FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared) turret above the nose. This amazing helicopter is a must-have for any collector looking for a piece of aviation history. With its excellent performance, durability and versatility, the Westland Lynx HMA.8DSP is an excellent addition to any collection.

 

Ships complete with our branded 3D printed tag stands available in either Black, Silver or Marble.*

 

Background

The Westland Lynx HMA.8DSP is a twin-engine multi-role military helicopter that was first flown in 1971. It is known for its outstanding performance, agility and versatility, making it an ideal choice for land and sea operations.

It features a powerful Rolls-Royce Gem 2 turboshaft engine, advanced avionics, a digital autopilot system and a modern glass cockpit. This helicopter is well suited for a variety of missions, such as search and rescue, reconnaissance, anti-submarine warfare, airborne command and control, and anti-surface warfare. It is also capable of carrying a variety of weapons, including torpedoes, depth charges, missiles and air-to-surface rockets.

 

Every tag is CNC cut. Measuring 72mm by 44mm (+-3mm machine accuracy).

Supplied on a backing card with a copy of the MOD731 form included.

 

*Suitable for all tags released post July 28th 2023, thickness dependent. Some assembly required. 

Tag sent attached to stand & backing card.

 

Thanks again to David Townsend for letting us use their awesome image of XZ691. 

XZ691 Westland Lynx HMA.8DSP FLIR Fairing tags

SKU: 506
29,95£Price
  • Dispatched within 5 working days. Shipping within the UK is using Royal Mail signed for delivery, bigger items will be DPD courier. Free shipping on orders over £50 within the UK, international rates vary, please contact us for a internal postage quote before purchasing. Customs/Duty costs to be paid by the receiver- the allocated shipping agent will contact you on the details provided at point of order

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