Hobby Master, Fw 190A-8 1/48 Die Cast Model

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Introduced in August, 1941, the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was, along with the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the backbone of the Jagdwaffe, and fought in every major combat where the Luftwaffe operated after 1941. A replica of "Red 19," an Fw 190A-8 fighter - which, with more than 6,655 airframes produced during World War II, is the most numerous of all Fw 190As - flown by 7-victory ace Unteroffizier Ernst Schroder of 5./II/JG300 in late 1944, this 1/48 scale, die cast Hobby Master model features engraved panel lines, a fully outfitted cockpit with an opening canopy and a removable pilot figure, a 12-blade cooling fan that rotates in unison with the propeller, a centerline-mounted fuel tank, optional-position landing gear, authentic markings, and more. Measures approximately 7¼" long with an 8½" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.

Product Features

Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was like the Bf 109, a backbone of the Jagdwaffe. The "Red 19," an Fw 190A-8 fighter - was the most numerous of all Fw 190As. Flown by 7-victory ace Unteroffizier Ernst Schroder of 5./II/JG300 in late 1944Flown by 7-victory ace Unteroffizier Ernst Schroder of 5./II/JG300 in late 1944 Features engraved panel lines, outfitted cockpit, opening canopy and a removable pilot figure. Measures approx. 7¼" long with an 8½" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.Introduced in August, 1941, the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was, along with the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the backbone of the Jagdwaffe, and fought in every major combat where the Luftwaffe operated after 1941.
Measures approx. 7¼" long with an 8½" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.

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