|P-39 Airacobra 1/72 Die Cast Model|
Lt. Zed Fountain, 67th Fighter Squadron, 58th Pursuit Group
Designed around a 37mm cannon that fired through the center of the propeller hub, the P-39 had its engine moved back to the middle of the fuselage, behind the pilot.
Number 33 in the Oxford Diecast series of 1/72 scale, die cast warplanes, this model of "Whistlin' Britches," a P-39 flown by Lt. Zed Fountain of the 67th Fighter Squadron, 58th Pursuit Group, stationed in New Caledonia in May, 1942, features engraved panel lines, a detailed cockpit with a glazed canopy, wing-mounted machine guns, and a two-tone camouflage scheme with authentic markings, including "shark's mouth" nose art. Measures 5" long with a 5½" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand that identifies the plane and pilot.
|Ju 87 Stuka 1/30 Model|
Remembered for its inverted gull-wings, the Luftwaffe's Ju 87 Stuka dive-bomber was also well-liked by its pilots due to its sturdy construction and accurate aim, but as World War II progressed, was often overmatched by more modern fighters.
A replica of one of those dive-bombers employed by St.G.2 "Immelmann" during the winter of 1941, this limited edition, 1/30 scale, polystone and metal Figarti model features finely textured surfaces; a fully outfitted, opening tandem cockpit with a rear-mounted MG 17 machine gun and glazed windows; metal propellers; two wing-mounted drop tanks and a fuselage-mounted bomb; realistic spatted landing gear; an authentic, hand-painted, "Winter Stuka" scheme; and more. Measures 14½" long with an 18" wingspan.
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