This item is limited to 3 per household.
[About the actual machine]
-The F6F Hellcat was developed, deployed and operated by the United States Navy during World War II.
-Developed as a successor to F4F, first flight in 1942, operation started in 1943.
-The engine is equipped with a 2000 horsepower class Pratt & Whitney R-2800.
-The top speed is about 600km / h.
-Armed with 6 12.7mm 50 caliber M2 browning heavy machine guns in the main wing, three in one wing.
-Also equipped with air-to-ground rockets and bombs.
-When launched in 1943, he mainly worked in the Pacific theater.
-It was carried on an aircraft carrier and fought with the Japanese Navy in the Pacific Ocean.
-Record numerous achievements with powerful firepower and powerful engine.
-Many ace pilots were born.
-After World War II, it was in service until the 1950s and was retired.
[About the model]
-The model reproduces F6F Hellcat, a U.S. Navy fighter on board in WWII, on a 1/144 scale.
-It models F6F-5.
-The overall length is 72mm, which is an affordable size.
-It is easy to assemble with a reduced number of parts, so I am looking forward to comparing and making collections.
-Hellcat's powerful styles and panel lines are accurately reproduced by capturing the atmosphere of the actual machine.
-The delicate reproduction of the legs etc. also enhances the real feeling.
-The auxiliary fuel tank installed under the fuselage is also reproduced.
-The kit includes two parts.
-Marking includes two types: CVG-15 Commander Commander David McCampbell, VF-17 aircraft carrier Hornet, and VF-27 aircraft carrier Independence. It is a kit you want to enjoy easily.
-A plastic model kit model that reproduces the F6F-5 of the F6F Hellcat, a U.S. Navy fighter on 1/144 scale
-Kit includes 2 parts
-Finished length is 72mm
-Reproduced auxiliary fuel tank installed under the fuselage
-Decal is cultograph silk screen printing
-There are four types of markings: CVG-15 Commander Lt. Col. David McCampbell, VF-17 aircraft carrier Hornet aircraft, and VF-27 aircraft carrier Independent aircraft
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )