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P-26A Peashooter 1/48 Die Cast Model
34th Pursuit Squadron, 17th Pursuit Group, March Field
First flown in 1932, the Boeing P-26 Peashooter was the first all-metal production fighter and the first pursuit monoplane accepted by the U.S. Army Air Corps. A replica of a P-26A flown by the 34th Pursuit Squadron, 17th Pursuit Group, when it was stationed at California's March Field in the early 1930s, this 1/48 scale, die cast Hobby Master model has it all!
You get engraved panel lines and real wire wing rigging, a detailed cockpit with a clear windscreen and a removable pilot figure, a realistic gun sight (from which the "Peashooter" got its nickname), an intricate Pratt & Whitney 600-horsepower Wasp engine with a rotating propeller, realistic landing gear, and a wonderful rendition of the era's colorful paint scheme, including the squadron's thunderbird emblem on the fuselage. Measures approximately 5¾" long with a 7" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.
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