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Dornier Do 335 Pfeil - VG+PH, Luftwaffe, April 1945 (Smithsonian Museum; only surviving example) (1:72)
Dornier Do 335 Pfeil - VG+PH, Luftwaffe, April 1945 (Smithsonian Museum; only surviving example) (1:72) Sale Price: $28.95
Retail: $31.95
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Item #: AC048 -

    Dornier Do 335 Pfeil - VG+PH, Luftwaffe, April 1945 (Smithsonian Museum; only surviving example) (1:72) by Oxford Diecast Models Item Number: AC048

    Dornier Do17Z-10 R4+LK I/NJG 2 Gilze - Rijen October 1940 (1:72)- Preorder item, order now for future delivery
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    Dornier Do17Z-10 R4+LK I/NJG 2 Gilze - Rijen October 1940 (1:72)- Preorder item, order now for future delivery Sale Price: $99.95
    Retail: $129.95
    Availability: Preorder, Expected October
    Item #: AA38808 -

      Do17Z-10 R4+LK I/NJG 2 Gilze - Rijen October 1940 by Corgi Diecast Aviation Item Number: AA38808As the most heavily produced version of the Luftwaffe’s distinctive ‘Flying Pencil’, the Dornier Do17Z would see plenty of action during WWII, including several roles for which the aircraft was not initially intended. Almost obsolete by the time of the Battle of Britain, this ungainly looking bomber was also rather surprisingly pressed into service as a heavy night fighter, as the Luftwaffe tried to...

      Dornier Do17Z-2 U5-BH, 1./KG.2 Holzhammer Tatoi, Greece, May 1941 Operation Marita (1:72)
      Dornier Do17Z-2 U5-BH, 1./KG.2 'Holzhammer' Tatoi, Greece, May 1941 'Operation Marita' (1:72) Sale Price: $99.95
      Retail: $129.95
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      Item #: AA38807 -

        Dornier Do17Z-2 U5-BH, 1./KG.2 'Holzhammer' Tatoi, Greece, May 1941 'Operation Marita'Developed during the early 1930s under the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles, the Dornier Do17 was originally described as a freight aircraft for the German State Railway and a high-speed mail aircraft for Lufthansa. The aircraft was in fact a new breed of fast attack aircraft, or Schnellbomber, which was intended to carry out lightning bombing attacks, at speeds making it almost impervious to enemy...