b-1b

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From Gunbroker:
This is the Centerpiece of the Museum Collection we are liquidating! This beautiful bird started life as a U.S.A.F. B-38B practice nuclear weapon (the drop model, used for target practice, NOT the lightweight “loading practice” model), the twin of the live B-61, which is still in use, carried by B-1B’s, B-2’s, F-15’s, & the F-16. After MANY hours of professional restoration ( including a $3,000 aircraft paint job ), this 11 foot long, 900 pound thing of beauty cannot be told from the “real deal”, except by an expert! Includes new data plate, Original packed parachute (cost Uncle Sam $230,000!), bomb cart, 30″x60″ display card, describing the B-61, several D.O.E. tapes showing use, printed material, a simulated “physics package”,and an unfinished “arming box” and cable. This is the ONLY ONE of it’s kind outside of the U.S.A.F. Museum. Because of laws passed under the Clinton Administration, no others will EVER be available. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime chance, to own a One-Of-A-Kind item! Buyer must be U.S. Citizen. Must either pick-up in person, or pay for personal delivery. Will answer all questions.

$22,000 plus delivery charges.

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