B-3 Stealth Bomber
from "Broken Arrow" (1998)
About the Design
1998's "Broken Arrow" starring John Travolta and Christian Slater centered around an attempt by mercenary terrorists to hijack a nuclear-tipped cruise missiles from a downed U.S. Air Force bomber and use it destroy the city of Denver, Colorado. The bomber in question was the "B-3," the fictional successor to the B-2 "Spirit" stealth bomber, which had been revealed to the public 10 years earlier.
Although similar in overall architecture to the B-2, the B-3 was a somewhat smaller aircraft with a simpler wing design.
About the Kit
Released in mid-March 2009, the B-3 Stealth was mastered by Scott Lowther and cast by Mana Studios. The 13-inch-wide model featured landing gear and a weapons bay complete with three nuclear bombs.