-P-47 Thunderbolt, a fighter operated by the U.S. Army in World War II, reproduced on a 1/144 scale
-Modeled a bubble-top type aircraft with improved pilot's view
-The body is set for two aircraft
-Finished length is 76mm
-Accurately reproduces the clean appearance unique to the bubble top type
-Marking includes three types, such as Major Glenn Eaglestone 354th Squadron 353rd Squadron
-Includes cult graph printing silk screen decal
-Marking can be selected from 3 types
・ Major Glen Eagleston 354th Combat Air Group 353rd Combat Squadron
・ Lt. Col. Benjamin Mayo 78th Fighter Air Group 84th Squadron
・ Col. Hubert Zemke 56th Squadron 1945
[About the actual machine]
-A large fighter developed and deployed and operated by the United States Army during World War II is the P-47D Thunderbolt.
-Equipped with Pratt & Whitney's R-2800, an 18-cylinder star-type air-cooled engine that generates 2,000 hp, the strongest engine at the time. Equipped with an exhaust turbine, it boasted a maximum speed of 690km / h.
-First flight in May 1941. From 1943, joined the European Front. Initially, he was on duty as an Allied bomber escort, but with the deployment of the state-of-the-art P-51 Mustang, he shifted his role to ground attack and remained active until the end of the war.
-Various improvements have been made throughout the battle since its appearance, and various types have been created. Among them, the D type was the representative type. Improvements were made even among the D-types, and the shape of the fuselage changed significantly in the middle.
-Initially, it had a style called a leather back that connected from the rear of the canopy to the tail, but a type equipped with a bubble type canopy appeared for the purpose of securing visibility.
-More than 12,000 D-types were produced for each type.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the P-47 Thunderbolt, a fighter operated by the US Army in World War II, on a 1/144 scale.
-Modeled a model called Bubble Top type that improved the pilot's view among various types.
-The finished length is 76mm and you can enjoy the imposing presence even at 1/144 scale.
-Accurately reproduces the unique appearance of the bubble top type.
-Not only the shape but also the panel lines of the aircraft and wings are sharply expressed. Inside the cowl, the cylinder part of the engine is also modeled with parts, so you can enjoy a realistic finish.
-Since the kit contains parts for two units, please change the specifications and make them.
-In addition, three types of markings are included. Set with markings of Major Glenn Eaglestone, 353rd Squadron, 353rd Squadron, 348th Squadron of the 78th Squadron, 84th Squadron of the 84th Squadron, and Col. Hubert Zemke, 56th Squadron of the 56th Squadron. It is made by the high quality and reputed cult graph company.
-It is a fun kit to compare and make.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )