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1/700 SM-65 Atlas E ICBM 3d printed

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1/700 SM-65 Atlas E ICBM 3d printed
1/700 SM-65 Atlas E ICBM 3d printed

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1/700 SM-65 Atlas E ICBM

$8.00
3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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This model is in 1/700 scale. It is part of a new range in this shop of Space focused equipment. It does not require and work to finish this model. It is also sold as a set with a Launcher available from this shop.

According to Wikipedia: "The SM-65E Atlas, or Atlas-E, was the first 3-engine operational variant of the Atlas missile, the third engine resulting from splitting the two booster thrust chambers into separate engines with independent sets of turbopumps. It first flew on 11 October 1960, and was deployed as an operational ICBM from September 1961 until March 1965. Following retirement as an ICBM, the Atlas-E, along with the Atlas-F, was refurbished for orbital launches as the Atlas E/F. The last Atlas E/F launch was conducted on 24 March 1995, using a rocket which had originally been built as an Atlas-E."

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1/700 SM-65 Atlas E ICBM
Dimensions:
0.73 x 0.46 x 3.85 cm
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0.29 x 0.18 x 1.52 inches
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