The Vulcan was a futuristic Delta Wing Bomber rolled out in 1956 Serving the Royal Air Force all the way to 1984.
Curious Droid did a very good 11 min documentary on the V Bombers
Its one of those Aircraft that I remember when I was a kid from the 007 movie Thunderball, compared to other aircraft you would see in movies or in person this one really made an impression.
While retired from active military duty the Vulcan shows up at air shows every now and then.
Interesting Cockpit view of the Vulcan on the Military Aviation History Channel
For the RC Community Outerzone has some options
60″ span from 1978 https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=12233
56″ span Glider version https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=7272
For those who don’t want to bust out the balsa wood or take up a lot of space in the house, there is a very accurate 1:144 scale diecast model
For the technical type Haynes has a “owners’ workshop manual”
There are also 2 history books both available in Kindle
The Avro Vulcan: A Hisotry by Peter G. Dancey
The Avro Type 698 Vulcan: The Secrets behind its Design and Development By David W. Fildes
Vulcan T-Shirt with the RAF logo
And lets not forget the shower in the Hangar man cave, a Vulcan Shower Curtain with a Union Jack Background