Hasegawa WWII Aviation
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Henschel Hs129B-1 ‘North Africa’: Hasegawa
Henschel Hs129B-1 ‘North Africa’: 1:48 scale
This twin engine German anti-tank aircraft was used by the Luftwaffe on the African front to destroy Anglo-American tanks and armored vehicles. The cockpit was so small that the gunsight for this aircraft was located outside the cockpit in front of the windscreen. The Hs129B-1 was very effective in its mission and was used with distinction.
$34.991.000000 in Stock
Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2: Hasegawa
Messerschmitt Bf-109G-2: 1:48 scale
$35.581.000000 in Stock
Focke Wulf Fw-190: “A5-U3, A7-R3, A8-R3, G-3” Hasegawa/ Minicraft
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A5-U3, A7-R3, A8-R3, G-3: 1:32 scale
This 1:32 scale Fw-190 kit by Hasegawa and Minicraft is an old but excellent kit. The box was opened, but all pieces are accounted for. The decals are excellent and four different configurations of the Fw-190 ” Butcher Bird” can be built. Heavy ground attack, Luftwaffe bomber escort, interceptor fighter and long range fighter can be made in 1:32 scale. The plastic is molded in a dark Olive Drab/dark Brown with delicate rivets, recessed panel lines and raised panel lines on the model. The surface detail is not overdone and a light coat of paint will render an absolute perfect model.
$62.991.000000 in Stock
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A-5: Hasegawa
Focke Wulf Fw-190A-5: 1:72 scale
The Fw-190 was the backbone of the German Luftwaffe during WWII. It was a single-seat, radial engine aircraft. Like its stablemate the Messerschmitt Bf 109, the Fw 190 was employed as a Luftwaffe “workhorse” and proved suitable for a wide variety of roles, including air superiority, strike fighter, ground-attack and to a lesser degree a night fighter.
$24.991.000000 in Stock
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A-4: “JG1 Oesau”: Hasegawa
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A-4: “JG1 Oesau”: 1:48 scale
Detailed 1/48 scale model kit of the Focke-Wulf Fw190, a World War II single-seat, single-engine fighter of the German Luftwaffe. The Fw190 is generally considered by historians as one of the best fighters of its generation. Often called the “Butcher-bird” by Allied pilots, the 190 was a fighter aircraft that inspired both fear and respect by those who encountered it in combat. Originally developed by Kurt Tank to serve as backup for the highly successful Messerschmitt Bf109, the Focke-Wulf 190 quickly proved itself as a highly capable frontline fighter aircraft, and before long, thousands of Fw190s were fighting alongside Messerschmitt 109s over skies of Europe. Over 20,000 Focke-Wulf 190 of all variants were produced by Germany in the Second World War, and some of the Luftwaffe’s most successful fighter aces in World War II flew the Fw190. The A Series Fw190 was the original short-nose design, and the type was fitted with a variety of BMW radial engines and armed with four machine guns (two fuselage-mounted & two wing-root mounted) and two wing-mounted 20 mm cannons. The A-4 model Fw190 was equipped with the same engine (BMW 801 D-2 radial) and basic armament as the A-3, but with updated radio gear and under-wing bomb racks, which could be fitted with a variety of bombs, heavy cannons, and cameras for reconnaissance missions. This model kit features decal markings for Luftwaffe I./JG1 “OESAU” Maj. Hans Ehlers.
$45.991.000000 in Stock
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A-8: Hasegawa
Focke Wulf Fw-190 A-8 : 1:72 Scale
The Fw 190 A-8 was a powerful radial engine variant of the Focke Wulf fighter lineage. Generally speaking, the Fw-190A-8 carried four 20mm cannons in the wings and two machine guns in the engine cowling ahead of the pilots’ windscreen. It was used for bomber interception as well as air supremacy missions.
$19.991.000000 in Stock
He-111P: 1:72 Scale
Perhaps the best-recognised German bomber due to the distinctive, extensively glazed, bullet-shaped “greenhouse” nose. The Heinkel was the most numerous and the primary Luftwaffe bomber during the early stages of World War II. It fared well until the Battle of Britain, when its weak defensive armament, relatively low speed, and poor manoeuvrability were exposed. Nevertheless, it proved capable of sustaining heavy damage and remaining airborne. As the war progressed the He 111 was used in a variety of roles on every front in the European Theatre. It was used as a strategic bomber during the Battle of Britain, a torpedo bomber during the Battle of the Atlantic, and a medium bomber and transport aircraft on the Western, Eastern, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and North African Fronts.
$47.992 in Stock
AVRO Lancaster B. Mk. I/III: Hasegawa
AVRO Lancaster B. Mk. I/III: 1:72 Scale
The Lancaster heavy bomber first took flight in January 1941, and it soon became one of the main heavy bombers of the RAF Bomber Command. The Lancaster was a huge bomber with an large bomb bay capable of carrying very heavy bomb loads. It carried some of the heaviest conventional munitions of the World War II. RAF Bomber Command loaded the Lancaster with 4,000 lb., 8,000 lb., 12,000 lb., and in late WWII, the massive 22,000 lb. Grand Slam “Earthquake bomb”. This very powerful payload earned the Lancaster the nickname the “Grand Slam Bomber”.
- Detailed exterior w/ engraved panel lines.
- Detailed landing gear w/ boxed in wheel wells.
- Detailed payload and defensive armament
- Authentic cockpit interior and bombardier station
- RAF markings.
$69.992 in Stock
AVRO Lancaster Walk Around in Color: Squadron Signal Publication
AVRO Lancaster Walk Around in Color: Squadron Signal Publications
The Avro Lancaster was unquestionably the finest all-around performer within RAF Bomber Command during the air war against Nazi Germany between 1942 and 1945. The Lancaster flew no fewer than 156,000 individual sorties and dropped more than 600,000 tons of explosives and incendiaries, playing a leading role in bringing Hitler’s Reich to its knees. Known for its greenhouse cockpit, turret nose, twin tail, and 33-foot long bomb bay the Lancaster took part in Air Chief Marshall Harris’s ‘Operation Gomorrah’ in July 1943, in which Germany’s industrial center of Hamburg was devastated by round-the-clock bombing raids. In the thick of the air war, the Lancasters also paid a high price – 3,437 were lost in action. This publication is enhanced by the fact that the author s uncle survived 36 operations as a bombardier aboard a Lancaster of No 49 Squadron. It is illustrated with 200 photographs, color profiles and detailed line drawings. 80 pages.
$18.952 in Stock
Avro Lancaster Illustrated plans
Avro Lancaster bomber Illustrated plans. Large structural “blueprint- like” plans of the famous WWII era Avro Lancaster heavy bomber. An excellent reference for a hobbyist building a detailed Lancaster model.
$15.992 in Stock