Including the aircraft shown in the pictures, decals for 4 different markings are included in the kit. This will give you the option to represent the camouflage variations applied by the Luftwaffe on its planes during the closing days of WWII.
1/48 scale recreation is ideal to appreciate the delicate curvatures and subtle detailing of this legendary IJN aircraft.
Oblique guns and ammunition cases recreated with stunning accuracy. Gun inspection hatch can be modeled in the open or closed position.
Model comes with markings for two aircraft and two finely sculpted figures.
The Type 99 20mm No. 2 Fixed Machine Guns
The Type 99 20mm No. 2 Fixed Machine Guns were mounted obliquely on the Gekko. These fearsome weapons could be loaded with about 100 bullets each (but usually, only 90 were loaded due the rigidity of the springs). Two of these guns were mounted on the upper fuselage and two on the lower fuselage for a total of four. However, there were some aircraft with three guns on top but without the lower guns.
This kit depicts the F4U-1A variant which first entered service in the summer of 1943 and was the mount of many famous U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aces. Characteristic features such as the taller seat, longer tailwheel, and improved canopy have all been accurately reproduced, and the wings may even be assembled in folded position. Parts for 1,000lb bombs, drop tanks, and two pilot figures, as well as two marking options are included.
The Bristol Beaufighter was a versatile aircraft used by the Royal Air Force for a number of roles during WWII. This kit may be assembled as either a Mk.VI fighter version or a Mk.VI Coastal Command version. The short nose, thick wings, and angled horizontal stabilizers are all accurately reproduced and the engine and cockpit are full of detail. Two crew figurees and three marking options are included.
Dette flotte settet inneholder : The cockpit interior even features an integrated nose weight to ensure the model stays balanced when displayed. Two crew figures and three marking options are also included.
This kit depicts the NF Mk.II nightfighter and FB Mk.VI fighter-bomber variants which were introduced in Spring 1942 and Spring 1943 respectively. Parts are included for the NF Mk.II's nose- and wing-mounted radar antenna as well as 500lb bombs and rockets for the FB Mk.VI. The bomb bay may be fitted with bombs and also features details for the fuel tank and 20mm cannon magazines. Two pilot figures and three marking options are included.
This kit depicts the F4U-1D variant, which was first deployed aboard U.S. Navy aircraft carriers in April 1944. Distinctive features such as the higher pilot seat position, taller tailwheel, and wider propeller blades have been accurately reproduced, and the model may also be assembled with wings folded. A pilot figure, drop tanks, and two types of canopy windshield are included together with markings for three aircraft flown by U.S. aces.
The angular form of the aircraft has been accurately reproduced complete with details such as a canopy that may be assembled in open or closed position, a rack for the E-7's drop tank, and the Trop version's air intake with sand filter. One pilot figure and three marking options are included.
The Messerchmitt Bf 109 served from the first to the last day of WWII. This kit depicts the E-3 variant which was used by the Luftwaffe during the invasions of Belgium, the Netherlands, France, as well as the Battle of Britain in the early stages of the war. The slim, angular form of the aircraft is accurately reproduced and the canopy may be assembled in either open or closed position. One pilot figure and three marking options are also included.
This kit depicts the B-variant of the legendary P-51 Mustang, which differed from the later P-51D in several important ways, including the "Razorback"-style fuselage. Parts are included for two 500lb bombs, two drop tanks, and one pilot figure. Three marking options are also included.
The Supermarine Spitfire is regarded by many as the most beautifully designed single seat fighter to appear during the Second World War. Conceived by the renowned British designer Reginald J. Mitchell, the protoype first flew on 5 March 1936. It was an advanced, low wing monoplane with a very slim fuselage and smooth flush riveted metal skin.