This item is limited to 3 per household.
[About the actual machine]
-Prior to World War II, Japan will focus on the development of aviation forces.
-The Japanese Navy's naval fighters developed by Mitsubishi Aircraft under such circumstances are the 96-class fighters.
-Developed mainly by Jiro Horikoshi, known as the originator of the Zero Battle.
-Achieves a maximum speed of 100 km / h by adopting a sinking weir to reduce air resistance. Formulated in 1955.
-Produced for up to 15 years, it was active until the beginning of the Pacific War.
-As a successor, it is the zero-class ship fighter that was adopted in 1949. It was also developed with the help of Jiro Horikoshi.
-It will be needless to say that it became a masterpiece aircraft feared by the Allied Forces, combined with excellent athletic performance and range as well as the pilot's ability in the early days of the war.
-A number of derived types were made and played an active role throughout the war, but with the wing tips folded 21 type.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the nineteen-six fighters and zero-class fighters at 21/44 scale, which are said to be masterpieces of Japanese naval fighters in 1/144 scale.
-A set of 2 aircraft containing parts for each aircraft. Both parts are reduced in the number of parts, and the basic painting of the main body is applied, so the assembly is easy.
-Markings are for K-103, or Rokugoku 212 (Imperial Life Corps), of the fighter squadrons of the Gen-Kan fighters K-103.
-A zero-class fighter-based fighter sets the decals of each type of Saburo Sakai 1-passio (V-103) of Tainan Airlines or the Saburo Sakai (V-107).
-You can choose and finish. A plane designer can not miss a set of two aircraft that can also know the history of a well-designed engineer, Jiro Horikoshi.
-Reproduce the Japanese naval fighter's master plane and the zero-ship fighter's 21 type with the 1/144 scale masterpiece of the Japanese Navy's naval fighter
-Two-machine set containing parts for each one
-Basic painting of the body is applied and assembly is easy
-Markings are set for the K-103 fighter squadron K-103 of the Japanese carrier [Kaga], Rokugoku 212 (Imperial Life Corps)
-Zero-class fighters can be assembled by selecting either Sakai Saburo 1 Sergeant (V-103) or Sakai Saburo (V-107) boarding aircraft of Tainan Airlines
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )