This item is limited to 3 per household.
[About the actual machine]
――The set fighter Hayabusa played an active part as the main fighter of the Japanese Army in World War II.
--Development began in 1937, before World War II, and a prototype was completed in 1938.
――Although it did not reach the performance required by the Army, it was able to secure a cruising range of over 2000 km by equipping it with a drop tank.
--In April 1941, the test aircraft, Ki-43, was formalized as a complete fighter.
――The first type equipped with Ha 25 in the engine is called type I, equipped with two 7.7mm machine guns.
--After that, the armament was strengthened to one 7.7mm machine gun and one 12.7mm machine gun.
――In addition, in Type II, the engine was replaced with Ha 115, and the propeller was also changed from 2 wings to 3 wings.
――And, in the final production type III, the performance was improved by replacing the engine with Ha 115-II equipped with a water ethanol injection device.
――Hayabusa, who was assigned the role of the main fighter of the Army from the beginning of World War II, continued to fight against many Allied pilots due to its exceptional maneuverability and pilot skill.
[About the model]
-The model reproduces Hayabusa, the main fighter of the Japanese Army of World War II, on 1/144 scale.
――Among them, we are modeling the early type Hayabusa I type.
-The shape of the aircraft is realistically expressed, such as panel lines.
――From the finished shape with a total length of 61 mm, you can see the flying figure of the falcon showing high mobility.
-The drop tank parts installed on the underside of the wing are also reproduced firmly.
-Marking includes 4 types of markings, such as the 64th Flight Squadron and the aircraft belonging to Akeno Flying School.
――It is a marking of a natural metal aircraft that is not painted on any of the aircraft.
――The nose part is anti-glare painted, the moving blade part painted in grayish green, the frame part of the canopy, etc. are prepared with decals, so after painting the parts in silver, you can easily finish by pasting the decals I will.
-Parts are made of Platts and set for 2 machines.
――The number of parts is reduced and it is easy to assemble, and the finish is palm-sized.
――It is a kit that you can look forward to making.
--Reproduce the main fighter Hayabusa I type of the Japanese Army in World War II on 1/144 scale
--Plastic model assembly kit with parts for 2 machines set
--Overall length 62 mm when completed
--There are 4 types of markings, including the 64th Flight Squadron. Select a completely unpainted silver aircraft, which is rare for Hayabusa I type
--The decal is made of high quality cult graph. Decals for the dazzling paint, windshield frame, and grayish green on each blade surface
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )