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1. HASEGAWA 09076 1/48 Nakajima B5N2 Type 97 Pearl Harbor
[product details] 1935
, the Japanese Navy was ordered to trial in the name of the attack aircraft ten on Mitsubishi, Nakajima against both companies. The thing much higher than ninety-six formula aboard attack aircraft that has just been adopted at that time, in the Nakajima who received
trial request, request
any competition of the major models of naval aircraft from the fact that losing to Mitsubishi also, we come upon developed over the future of the company. Type 97 carrier-borne attack aircraft that incorporate innovations
numerous, low-wing monoplane is aboard attack aircraft of all-metal monocoque construction as the first
Japanese naval aircraft. I adopt a
innovative retractable legs main hydraulic, width of
fuselage, has been squeezed thin as 3 seater at most near the cockpit. width is reduced by the adoption of
upward folding wings, I can reduce the storage space of the aircraft carrier within. The use of all-metal two-stage variable pitch 3 blade propeller,
take-off, climbing, cruising, high speeds, achieve efficient the engine output for each situation,
performance I was greatly improved. November 16, 1973
, adopted formality as (B5N1) Type 97 No. 1 carrier-borne attack aircraft, it becomes a mounting power is less 300hp of “light” engine of
originally planned rather than “Sakae” engine is directly below, was the high performance that exceeds the requirements of
Navy. It is equipped with this prospect stands to practical fall
1938 year “Sakae” engine, in December 1939
, adopted as a formality (B5N2) Type 97 No. 3 carrier-borne attack aircraft, mass production in
Nakajima I was switched to No. 3 type. …
2. Hasegawa 1/48 F-22 Raptor USAF
From the Manufacturer
The Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor is a single-seat, twin-engine fifth-generation fighter aircraft that uses stealth technology. It was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities that include ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence.
3. Hasegawa 1/48 Scale British Hawker Typhoon Mk.Ib with Tear Drop Canopy Fighter Bomber – Aircraft Plastic Model Building Kit #09060
- This model kit might require assembly and painting. Cement, tools and paint are not included. Contains small parts, recommended for ages 14 & up. Skill level 3. THIS IS NOT A TOY.
- Decals included for extra detail and realism.
- Highly detailed. Parts are plastic textured to resemble other materials.
- Illustrated assembly instructions and painting scheme included.
Hasegawa 1/48 Scale British Hawker Typhoon Mk.Ib with Tear Drop Canopy Fighter Bomber – Aircraft Plastic Model Building Kit #09060
At Hasegawa, Quality is the first priority! International recognition can only be achieved through adhering to the highest production standards and applying these to all the phases of model production, from molds to marketing.
About the Model Kit
Hasegawa creates their take of the Hawker Typhoon with the JT60 Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB with Teardrop Canopy on 1/48th scale. Conceived as a fighter interceptor to supersede the Hurricane and Spitfire, the Typhoon became famous as a low level ground attack aircraft. This was thanks to it’s heavy cannon armament and ability to carry up to 2000lbs of bombs or 8 rocket projectiles. The Typhoon was powered by a unique H-configured 24 cylinder Napier-Sabre engine rated at over 2,000 horsepower. The version in this kit is the late Mk.Ib with the teardrop canopy. Highly detailed model kit includes waterslide decals and illustrated instructions.
This Hasegawa figure models set requires paint and glue to complete. This is just one of many great kits from the Hasegawa plastic models range!
4. Hasegawa 1:48 Scale Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless Model Kit
The Douglas SBD Dauntless was a naval dive bomber made by Douglas during World War II. The SBD was the United States Navy’s main dive bomber from mid-1940 until late 1943, when it was largely replaced by the SB2C Helldiver. The aircraft was also operated by the United States Army as the A-24 Banshee. Although relatively slow and outmoded when it began its combat career, it was rugged and dependable and sank more Japanese shipping than any other aircraft during World War II. Plastic Model Kit which require paints and glues to complete. Decal Options: 1.SBD-3 VS-2 US Navy 2.SBD-3 VS-5 US Navy 3.SBD-3 VS-41 US Navy Skill Level 3 83 pieces Age 14+
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5. Hasegawa HAE46 F-35 Lightning II B Version US Marine Model Kit, 1:72 Scale
1:72 F-35 Lightning II ‘B Version’ US Marine Kit Features: Parts: 101 Model Size: 217 x 148mm Markings: U.S. Marine VMFA-121 “GREEN KNIGHTS” Code: VK01 (169464) Iwakuni A.B. 2018 Box Size: 200 x 350 x 65
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6. HASEGAWA 09055 1/48 Aichi D3A1 Type 99 Carrier Dive Bomber Val
Earning its place in history by helping tear up Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, there have been calls for a modern Val kit for years, and Hasegawa finally delivers! Parts fit and detail is everything you’d expect from a modern Hasegawa kit. As usual, the engine and cockpit detail is especially well done. Rear seat gun can be assembled extended or stowed. Open and closed canopy parts included. Comes with three bombs, too. Shigeo Koike box art. Includes markings for two different Pearl Harbor aircraft, the green scheme on the box art which flew off Soryu, and a gray scheme which flew off Zuikaku.. Paint and glue required for assembly.
7. A-4M Skyhawk USMC Attacker 1/48 Hasegawa
The A-4M was developed as a stopgap next-generation ground support aircraft to replace the U.S. Marine Corp’s aging A-4, with the first production aircraft flying in April 1970. Fitted with the powerful J52-P-408A engine, the aircraft was capable of increased ordnance loads. The aircraft was visibly distinguishable from the older A-4 by its squared-off rudder, and also by the addition on later models of rudder-mounted RHAWS rear-warning radar. Highly detailed model kit includes waterslide decals and illustrated instructions. Decal options included: VMA-331 Bamble Bees, September 1976; and VMA-214 Blacksheep, Iwakuni AB, 1977. Paint colors needed: Black, Silver, Steel, Flat Black, Clear Red, Clear Blue, Khaki Khaki Green, Burnt Iron, Tire Black, FS16440 Gray, Radome, FS17875 White, FS36231 Gray, FS11136 Red, and FS13538 Yellow. Paint and glue required for assembly.
8. HASEGAWA 09140 1/48 P-47D Thunderbolt
9. Hasegawa 1/48 F-86F-30 Sabre USAF
From the Manufacturer
The F-86 Sabre was the most successful jet fighter of the post WWII era and one of the first to take advantage of the benefits of swept wing design. The Sabre saw extensive use in the Korean war where it demonstrated considerable edge over its primary rival the Russian MiG-15 thanks to superior training and tactics. Over 5000 F-86s were built and saw use with the air forces of many nations including: Canada, Japan, Great Britain, New Zealand, and Australia.
10. Hasegawa HAS-09067 Nakajima Ki84-I Type 4 Fighter Model Airplane
This is a 1:48 scale glue together model airplane kit froom Hasegawa to build the Nakajima Ki84-I Type 4 Fighter Hayate (Frank) aircraft.
Hasegawa models are traditional plastic assembly models that require glue to put them together. They come with decals, but many aircraft modelers also use their own paint to create unique or more a
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