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Instructions for All Three Jets: Price: $10.00
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F-35A $165.00
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F-35B $165.00
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Aircraft Details
Crew: 1
Length: 51 ft
Wingspan: 35 ft (F-35C 43 ft)
Height: 14 ft
Loaded Weight: 70,000 lbs (F-35B 60,000 lbs)
Thrust: 28,000 lbf
w/ Afterburner: 43,000 lbf
Speed: Mach 1.6
Service Ceiling: 60,000 ft
LEGO® Model Details
Crew: 1
Length: 51 studs
Wingspan: 34 studs (F-35C 42 studs)
Height: 15 studs
Durability: Sturdy
Difficulty: Medium
Pieces: about 550
Created: July 2012
Version: 1

F-35 Lightning II

Here it is, finally. I've had a lot of requests for this (or more accurately, for these.) The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II!

The F-35 is a single-seat, single-engine multirole fighter which comes in three variants. The F-35A is a conventional F/A aircraft which will be primarily used by the airforce to replace the aging F-16 fleet. The F-35B variant has vertical take off and landing (VTOL) capabilities and will eventual replace the A-10. The F-35C variant has larger wings which fold and will be used by the navy as carrier-based aircraft. Note that the F-35 is not a replacement for and is not superior to the F-22.

I've got pictures up for the F-35A and the F-35C, but the F-35B pics didn't turn out great and I want to retake them, but... one of my boys broke my photo lights, so I have to get more of those before I can take the pics. I'll do it soon. The F-35B has panels that open as close to the real one as I could get and, yes, the engine swivels down in the rear of the plane.

LEGO<sup>®</sup> Model vs. Real F-35A Lightning II
LEGO® Model vs. Real


On 03/21/2016 02:45PM

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Thanks, it's been a while.
On 03/05/2016 11:30AM

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I'm just glad you're back Sheldon
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