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P-47D Thunderbolt - Razorback - Twin Kit
1:144 Aircraft Series
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14 years or older
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Plastic model kit.
Requires assembly & painting
Glue & paint not included
- Paint and Glue are required.
- Reproduce the “Razorback” fuselage sharply.
- Contains two P-47D Thunderbolt “Razorback” kits with 4 marking scheme decals.
- Including accessory parts such as M10 Bazooka tubes and drop tanks, and three styles of propellers.
- Finished models are about 76mm in length, 86mm in width.
- The silk-screen printing decal is made by Cartograf.
1:144 scale reproduction of the F6F Hellcat, a carrier-capable fighter of the US Navy that was active in World War II.
It models the initial production type F6F-3 type.
The total length of the finished product is 72mm.
The number of parts is reduced and it is easy to assemble.
Hellcat's powerful style and panel lines are also reproduced firmly by capturing the atmosphere of the actual machine.
In addition, the auxiliary fuel tank equipped on the body is also reproduced.
The kit is a set of parts for two machines.
There are 3 types of markings.
VF-27 Carrier Princeton
VF-9 Carrier Essex
A detailed painting explanation drawing is also included.
The P-47 Thunderbolt was a large fighter developed and deployed operation by the United States Army during World War II. The engine was equipped with Pratt & Whitney's R-2800, 18-cylinder air-cooled radial engine producing 2000 hp, which was the strongest at the time. With a turbocharger, the P-47 was able to attain a maximum speed of 690km/h.
The first flight was in May 1941. Since 1943, the P-47 joined the the Western Front. At first, the P-47 was on the duty of escort the Allied bomber unit from the United Kingdom into German, but transferred to the ground attack while the new P-51 Mustang was deployed. The P-47 was active until the end of the war.
Refinements of the P-47 Thunderbolt have been continued through actual combat and led to the definitive "P-47D". The "D" model actually consisted of a series of sub-variants, and changed the aircraft shape greatly from the middle. The early production of P-47D had a "Razorback" canopy configuration with a tall fuselage spine behind the pilot, and later fitted with bubble canopy in order to improve pilot visibility. The P-47Ds was most produced version with more than 12,000 built.
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