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"Sabertooth" Heavy Interceptor . More toys to blow up the bad guys.... which of course is everybody on the other side..... . Introducing Lobito Aeronautical devision's latest offering....... (drum roll please kev) The "Sabertooth" heavy interceptor. Based on learnings from the "Hornet" superiority fighter, the Sabertooth is lighter, faster, more manouverable and constructed from parts offered by the cheapest bidder, everything you could ever want in inner / outer space combat. Featuring a variant of the Kescenovitz 50 calibre vulcan cannon (Thanks for the barrels Brian) and 4 x zingzingbang missiles capable of making fantastic noises when played with by my son. The 2 x twin engine pods produce 256.8492 kilofergans of thrust capable of re-arranging your small AND large intestines into something bearing a close resemblance to a cow pat. Oooh air brakes. oh yeah. Swoosh. and look. It's orange too. Yay! Gotta get more bits.


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