BAC 167 Strikemaster Mk.88
Royal New Zealand Air Force, 1978
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1/72 scale
Mostly die-cast metal
Very little plastic
Option to display model with wheels down or up
Display stand included
BAC 167 Strikemaster
The BAC 167 Strikemaster’s first flight was in 1967 and basically is an armed variant of the
Jet Provost T Mk. 5. Outfitted with an up-rated engine, wing-hardpoints, a strengthened
airframe along with new electronics as well as the ability to operate from rough airstrips
made the Strikemaster popular with third-world countries. The Strikemaster is capable of
carrying a wide variety of ordnance. However the majority were used as advanced trainers.

BAC 167 Strikemaster Specifications
Number produced - 146 (136 - 80 series)  (10 - 90 series)
Powerplant - 1 x 3,410 lb thrust Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 535 turbojet.
Empty - 6,195 lb
Max takeoff weight – 11,500 lb
Wing Span - 36ft 10in
Length - 34ft 0in
Height - 10ft 2in
Maximum Speed - 518 mph
Range - 1,382 miles
2 x  7.62-mm (0.3-inch) FN machine guns, plus
8 x underwing hard-points to carry up to 3,000 lb of rockets, Napalm tanks, bombs, gun
pods, reconnaissance pods, fuel tanks and/or gun cameras.