WWII OR VIETNAM FIGHTER AIRCRAFT PRACTICE BOMB MISSILE NOSECONE FINS INERT
"Dummy" practice bomb/missile, nosecone, fuselage, fins. 5 ft. 2 in. in length, predominantly aluminum or some other lightweight metal with fiberglass and metal fins. WWII or Vietnam era.
This is an empty shell only, made up of several interconnected sections. There are no electronics or anything else inside.
The shell is essentially complete, with some damage to fins. The piece is about 15 in. wide at the middle and 6 in. wide at the base.
The fins are 22 in. long where they connect to the fuselage, and protrude about 14 in. The missile includes all three fins. Two are attached to the unit. One of these is in very good condition and the other has some damage to the metal and fiberglass at the edge. The third fin, which is included with this piece, has been detached. It is in good mechanical condition, some edge damage and missing metal, and has been strangely repainted.
We have not been able to find a manufacturer's name or other identifying marks, except on one of the fins which is marked 128W310 Q7-I.
This is sold as a non-functional, collectible item.