Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen

Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen
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Retro 51 Tornado Vintage MetalSmith P-47 Thunderbolt Rollerball Pen

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The Retro51 P-47 Thunderbolt is now taking off to fly alongside the P-51 and Corsair in the Vintage Metalsmith series

Retro 51 Tornado Vintage Metalsmith Rollerball Pen - P-47 Thunderbolt

The Retro51 P-47 Thunderbolt is now taking off to fly alongside the P-51 and Corsair in the Vintage Metalsmith series

The P-47 Thunderbolt rollerball pen is designed after the most popular World War II U.S. fighter plane with over 15,000 units produced. It was known for its heavy artillery that successfully served in offensive air-to-air combat plus skilful ground attack. Its rugged construction allowed it to withstand battle damage and still remain airworthy.
The Tornado emulates the P-47 with its acid-etched rivets and panelling on the barrel and is painted with a striking red, yellow and green colour scheme. It's emblazoned with the nose art of the 352nd Fighter Group's P-47 nicknamed "Dallas Blonde," and complete with antique silver trim and matching checkered finial. 
  • Acid-etched + Printed barrel
  • Checkered top disc
  • Standard top ring
  • Antique Silver Accents
  • Comes with a black rollerball refill
  • Matching P-47 Packaging Tube
  • Retro 51's Rollerball Refill glides across the page - simply remarkable
  • Can be converted to a Ballpoint Pen using Retro's Parker-style refill

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