Known as the "Eagle Owl," the Heinkel 219 was a night fighter that entered service with the Luftwaffe late in World War II. It was equipped a number of innovations including an intercept radar and ejection seats (it was the first military aircraft to feature the latter). Had it entered service earlier, it may have significantly impacted the bombing offensive of the RAF; alas, only 294 planes were built by the end of the war.
This 1/72 scale, die cast model features a winter paint scheme (from 1945 Norway), engraved panel lines, a glazed segmented canopy, realistic cannons, rotating propellers, and detailed engine fronts. Measures approximately 8½" long with a 10" wingspan.
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