Rockwell Sabreliner 65 airplane model. The Sabreliner was successfully developed for both military and civil use.
North American Aviation began work on the Sabreliner as a private venture but it was formally launched in August 1956 in response to the US Air Force's UTX (Utility Trainer Experimental) requirement for a utility jet aircraft capable of performing transport and combat readiness training missions. A civil configured prototype (designated NA264) flew for the first time on September 16 1958 powered by General Electric YJ85 turbojets.
Scale: 1/40. Wingspan 15 inches, Length 14 inches.