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    Vickers Wellington Mk X 01628

    Model:01628
    The proportional model:1:72
    Browse the number:2638

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    Product introduction:
           The Vickers Wellington was a British built twin-engined medium bomber of geodetic construction which was first deployed with the RAF in 1937, and the prototype first flew on 15 June 1936. It was the main British bomber during the first part of WWII, but the RAF was soon forced to abandon daylight attacks because of its vulnerability. The Wellington was in production until the end of the war. After its replacement in RAF Bomber Command by the new four-engined bombers it was flown on numerous other duties, and some were used until 1953. The Mk.X introduced a fuselage structure of light alloy, instead of steel. There were also prototypes and a small production series (about 60) of the Mk.V and Mk.VI, with early cabin pressurisation systems, which did not enter service. Wingspan: 86.2 ft Length: 64.6 ft Height: 17 ft Empty Weight: 26,323 lb Max.Weight: 36,500 lb Speed: 255 mph Ceiling: 22,000 ft Range: 2,200 mi Armament: Eight 7.7mm machine gun; 2,014 kg bombs 
    Item No    01628
    Item Name    Vickers Wellington  Mk X
    Bar Code    9580208016283
    Scale    1:72
    Item Type    Static Kit
    Model Brief    Length: 271.2mm   Wingspan: 364.6mm
    Total Parts    212pcs
    Metal Parts    n/a
    Photo Etched Parts    n/a
    Film Parts    n/a
    Resin Parts    n/a
    Total Sprues    11 sprues
    Paint Schemes "    1) Wellington B Mk. X, LN385/JN-M, No.150 Sq.RAF, Foggia, Italy, August, 1943 
        2) Wellington B Mk. X, LN374/M, French Air Force, 1946"
    Released Date    2008-11
    More Features "    There are 197 parts in light grey plastic, 15 clear parts for canopy
    -Nose and rear gun turret  are slide moulded w/ clear parts
    -Engine Cowling a"