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Boeing Model 281, 1703, 17th Sqn., Chinese Air Force, Nanking, WWII (1:48) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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Boeing Model 281, 1703, 17th Sqn., Chinese Air Force, Nanking, WWII (1:48) - Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $84.95
Retail: $94.95
Availability: Preorder
Item #: HA7510 -

    Hobby Master 1/48 Air Power SeriesHA7510Boeing Model 2811703, 17th Sqn., Chinese Air Force, Nanking, WWII1/48 scale pre-finishedDie-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.Professionally painted.All markings pad applied for superb results.Comes with a pilot that can be removed.Comes with display stand.The Boeing Model 281 was the export version of the first P-26C. It had the same carbureted engine used in the first "C" versions, new high headrest and wing flaps. The 281 was actually on the...

    P-26A Peashooter, Last USAAF Peashooter, Guatemala, May 1943 (1:72)
    P-26A Peashooter, Last USAAF Peashooter, Guatemala, May 1943 (1:72) Sale Price: $17.95
    Retail: $19.95
    Availability: Preorder, Expected September
    Item #: ACSL49 -

      Boeing P-26A Peashooter, Last USAAF Peashooter, Guatemala, May 1943 (1:72) by Amercom Diecast Item Number: ACSL49 Amercom specialize in low cost, nicely detail aviation and armor replicas. These beautiful models represent many models not made by any other manufacturer. Great for display and collecting.

      P-26A Peashooter, Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Dec 1941 (1:48)
      P-26A Peashooter, Wheeler Field, Hawaii, Dec 1941 (1:48) Sale Price: $84.95
      Retail: $94.95
      Availability: In Stock
      Item #: HA7508 -

        Hobby Master 1/48 Air Power SeriesHA7508Boeing P-26A PeashooterWheeler Field, Hawaii, December 19411/48 scale pre-finishedDie-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.Professionally painted.All markings pad applied for superb results.Comes with a pilot that can be removed.Comes with display stand.Boeing's first and last all-metal monoplane fighter produced for the US Army Air Corps was the P-26. Known as the "Peashooter" there were 111 P-26As produced. The wings were braced with wire instead of...