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A6M5 Zero (1/37 Scale)
A6M5 Zero (1/37 Scale) Sale Price: $143.95
Retail: $179.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: PW10057 -

    Manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, the A6M5 Zero is a type of propeller-manipulated fighter aircraft, which was used as the main fighter aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service from 1940 to 1945. With its unparalleled mobility and speed, it became very famous in the early years of conflict. It carried various monikers such as the Mitsubishi Navy 12-shi Carrier Fighter and the Mitsubishi A6M Rei-Sen. Among the Allies, the aircraft was usually dubbed as the �Zero� because of...

    F8F-1 Bearcat (1/37 Scale)
    F8F-1 Bearcat (1/37 Scale) Sale Price: $111.95
    Retail: $139.95
    Availability: Back Ordered, restock date unknown
    Item #: NC10287 -

      Using the lightest and smallest airframe possible at the time, the F8F-1 Bearcat is definitely a naval fighter aircraft built for speed. This Grumman aircraft is the last piston-engine, carrier-based fighter plane designed as an interceptor aircraft. It featured an all-bubble canopy, giving the pilot 360-degree visibility, and was 20% lighter than its predecessor, providing a 30% higher rate of climb. The F8F-1 Bearcat naval fighter aircraft equipped 24 fighter squadrons of the US Navy after...

      X-2 Starbuster (1/37 Scale)
      X-2 Starbuster (1/37 Scale) Sale Price: $111.95
      Retail: $139.95
      Availability: Normally Stocked
      Item #: NC09133 -

        The Bell X-2 was a research aircraft made specifically for exploring Mach 2 and 3 flight characteristics. Also called Starbuster (albeit seldom), this joint project of the United States Air Force and National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics was developed for seeking ways in improving speed and altitude of the X-1 series. Powered by a single rocket-type engine and manned by a single crew, the Starbuster�s development was rather a lengthy one since the technology needed to make the X-2 happen...