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North American Super Sabre (N2011V)
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North American Super Sabre (N2011V)



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Isn't this beauty a model TF-100 used for training.
Bill Butler
I would say yes to TF-100. Two man cockpit. It certainly is a 100, with its refueling probe deployed.
Will Sutton
Markings indicate it would be Wing commander's aircraft.
Dennis Stockton
I like the arrows that tell the pilot which way the plane is to fly.
David Seider
@chalet, @Bill Butler
Per Wikipedia, there was only one aircraft that wore the TF-100 designation and that was the solitary TF-100C, which was indeed a trainer bird.
@Bill Butler - The refueling probe on the F-100 was attached to the underside of the starboard wing, and was fixed, i.e. non-retractable.
This particular aircraft carries the markings of the 353rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 354th Tactical Fighter Wing, which flew the Hun from the late '50s through the '60s.
Per Joe Baugher's excellent website ( http://www.joebaugher.com/ )
This is a: North American F-100F-15-NA Super Sabre
USAF Serial No. 56-3948 (MSN 243-224) to Turkish AF as 56-3948, code 3-948 Aug 26, 1974. Returned to USA Aug 1989.
Registered N2011V to Tracor Flight Systems Jul 1989.
Now flying under private ownership, registered to American Horizons Ltd of Ft. Wayne, IN as N2011V.
Hugh Somsen
I loved my model Saber Jet as a kid. Caused me to really want to fly.
Peter Maas
Excellent Air Craft. Beautiful picture. F-100 was used in my U.S. Air Force days.
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