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    X-Jet miniature made for the production of X-Men 2. (TCF, 2003) Originally created as a practical filming miniature, this incredibly detailed miniature was used as a reference and study model once production decided to go with CGI for the jet effect. The hyper-realistic miniature is constructed of fiberglass and resin with metal substructure and painted to stealth gray perfection. With ornamental LEDs implanted at wings and areas of the body and with vacuum formed panes for windows. This ¼ scale model measures an impressive 11 ft. long x 7 ft. wide and stands 5 ft. on a custom industrial display stand. Electronics present and working. In production used very fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    29th Tuesday
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