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    “WELLINGTON” Mk.Ⅲ 02823

    Model:02823
    The proportional model:1:48
    Browse the number:4965

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         The Wellington was the most important British bomber of the initial war period. The prototype first flew in June 1936. Deliveries to RAF bomber squadrons began in 1939. During war period it operated from bases in Great Britain, India, the Middle East, North Africa and Italy. Although fairly modern by its looks, technologically the Wellington was very much a product of an era past. By 1942 slow speed, limited ceiling, and a small bomb load made the Wellington obsolete in the European theatre of operations. Although once it had been supplanted from the European theatre Lancasters and Halifaxes it flew until the war's end in other roles and in other theatres. In particular, it had been used by RAF. as trainer until 1953. A total of 11,461 Wellington's of all variants were built - the most of any British bomber design. Wingspan: 26.26 m Length : 19.68 m Height: 6.76 m Empty Weight: 9,510 kg Max.Weight: 15,650 kg Speed: 420 km/h Ceiling: 6,950 m Range: 3,285 km 
    Item No    02823
    Item Name    “WELLINGTON” Mk.Ⅲ
    Bar Code    n/a
    Scale    1:48
    Item Type    Static Aircraft
    Model Brief    Length: 387.3mm Wingspan: 547mm
    Total Parts    639pcs
    Metal Parts    n/a
    Photo Etched Parts    1pcs
    Film Parts    instrument panel
    Resin Parts    n/a
    Total Sprues     n/a
    Paint Schemes    1.1. No.115 Sqn RAF 1942; 2.2. No.425 Sqn RCAF North Yorkshire 1943
    Released Date    n/a
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