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1/48 WW. II German Air Force Focke-Wulf Fw190A-5/U14 Raking [DR5569]
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Product description ■ German military fighter, A5/U14 type anti-ship attack aircraft with Focke-Wulf Fw190 torpedoes on 1/48 scale
The torpedo is not only the shape but also the tail screw is modeled in detail
The ETC502 rack for mounting mounted on the aircraft is also delicately finished
The strut of the tail wheel which was made specially long to mount the torpedo and raised the height of the rear part of the aircraft is also expressed well
The details such as the inside of the cockpit for 2 people, the main landing gear column and the inside of the landing gear storage box are also sharp
The canopies can be assembled in an open state
[About the actual aircraft]
Along with the Messerschmitt, the secondary During the World War II, the Focke-Wulf Fw190 was the main fighter jet of the German Army.
The aircraft designed by Dr. Kurt Tank was not only excellent in performance, but also in productivity, maintainability, robustness, and developability. Of course, many derivatives were made during the World War II.
Among them, the A5-type was developed by advancing the position of the engine by 15 cm in order to adjust the balance of the center of gravity that collapsed due to various improvements made continuously.
The engine is equipped with a BMW star-shaped 14 cylinder 801D2.
Since the end of 1942, more than 700 a- 5 fighters have been produced.
However, most of them were night fighter-bombers fighter-bombers or reconnaissance aircraft.
One of the derivatives was an anti-ship attack aircraft with Fw190A5/U14 and a torpedo on the underside of the aircraft.
Scale : 1/48
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