This item is limited to 3 per household.
-Comes with 3 types of T-33A markings operated by the actual combat unit!
――In Japan, the T-33 trainer has a strong image of being a supporter of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force from the early days, but it is exactly the same for the original US Air Force.
――It was a masterpiece that literally supported the early days of the US Air Force from the ground up in the flow of jetting after World War II.
――Introducing the 1/72 kit that approaches the roots of the charm of the T-33.
――This time, we selected the aircraft that was operated by the actual combat units stationed in Europe from the 1950s to the 1960s.
-Originally born as an advanced version of the P-80, which is a fighter, the T-33 has the same flight performance as a fighter, so many T-33s were also deployed in the front line combat units.
――The figure used as a member of the actual combat unit to support combat training is exactly the image of a high-performance trainer born from a fighter.
――The kit can be manufactured by selecting 3 types of markings for the machines belonging to such actual combat units.
――The one you should pay attention to is the aircraft belonging to the 36th Fighter-Bomber Squadron with blue-white stripes on the nose and tail.
――Actually, although the unit is a combat unit, it also has an acrobatic team called "Skyblazers", and the T-33 was also flying as a team support machine.
――While it is a training aircraft, it is also a strategy aircraft of the actual combat unit and a member of the acrobatics team, so it can be said that it is one that condensed the presence of the T-33.
-High quality silk screen printing made by Italian Cartograph as well as decals.
――It is a 1/72 kit that you can fully enjoy the silvery aircraft and colorful markings.
--Modeled on a 1/72 scale of the T-33, which was deployed in the actual combat units of the US Air Force from the 1950s to the 1960s.
--A kit featuring colorful markings reproduced with high-quality silk screen decals made by Italian Cartograph.
-The striped pattern on the nose and tail is also reproduced with easy-to-paste split decals.
-Realistic reproduction of the curved surface unique to the first-generation jet aircraft after the war
-Parts division that is easy to assemble and finishes in an accurate form
--The inside of the cockpit is made into realistic parts such as the instrument panel and control stick.
-The leg storage is also precisely reproduced. Air brake can be manufactured by selecting opening and closing
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )