|BV P.210 1/72 Display Model |
To amass the most advanced air force in the world during World War II, Adolf Hitler tasked his brightest engineers with developing cutting-edge aircraft - most of which never made it past the drawing board. One such proposed design, the Blohm & Voss P.210, was a lightweight, tailless jet fighter outfitted with swept wings and drooping tips.
Part of the new Luft-X line of experimental German aircraft, this newly tooled, limited edition, 1/72 scale, resin display model of a P.210 fighter is unlike anything else on the market today! It features finely textured surfaces, a glazed canopy, a realistic jet engine, a camouflage paint scheme with markings, a collectible card, and more. 6¼" wingspan; includes a display stand.
Note: Shipping January 2014; reserve yours today! (Your credit card will not be charged until the item ships.)
|The 147th Aero Squadron in World War I |
Ballard. From training in Texas and Canada to the brutal fighting on the Western Front and the 1918 Armistice, this history tells the story of the American Air Service's 147th Aero Squadron. You'll learn about the problems they faced while traveling across the Atlantic and English Channel, as well as the heroic actions of those brave individuals once they joined the fighting on the Western Front. 240 pages, 8¾"x 11¼", softcover.
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