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    Grumman F4F-4 wildcat 02223

    The proportional model:1:32
    Browse the number:7361

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    Product introduction:
          At the onset of the Pacific War in December 1941, the Japanese Navy A6M Zero fighter was the dominant aircraft successful against the allied air forces. The Zero's attempt at total superiority was thwarted by numerous F4F Wildcat fighters flown from U.S. aircraft carriers. Introduced in 1942, during the critical stages of the Pacific War, the F4F-4 was an improved version of Grumman's Wildcat carrier based fighter. This new version, with folding wings and six wing mounted .50 caliber machine guns, plus a more powerful 1,200HP Pratt & Whitney R-1830-36 Twin Wasp engine broke the dominance of the Japanese Zero. Grumman became known as the "Ironworks" due to its strongly designed airplanes which could absorb tremendous punishment and still fly home. Although the Wildcat was inferior to the Zero in many respects, a superb kill ratio was attained by Wildcat pilots by using its strong points against the Zero's weak points of fragility and unseasoned pilots. 
    Item No    02223
    Item Name    Grumman F4F-4 wildcat
    Bar Code    n/a
    Scale    1:32
    Item Type    Static Aircraft
    Model Brief    Length: 272mm Wingspan: 360mm
    Total Parts    223pcs
    Metal Parts    Aileron & Flap shaft
    Photo Etched Parts    Aileron & Flap hinges
    Film Parts    Instrument part
    Resin Parts    n/a
    Total Sprues    7pcs sprues + Clear engine cover
    Paint Schemes    Joe Foss’s “White 50”, VMF-121,Guadalcanal, 1942
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