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    Wellington Mk. 3 01627

    Model:01627
    The proportional model:1:72
    Browse the number:2744

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    Product introduction:
          The Vickers Wellington was a twin-engine, medium bomber designed in the mid-1930s at Brooklands in Weybridge, by Vickers-Armstrongs' Chief Designer, R.K. Pierson. It was widely used in the first two years of World War II, before being replaced as a bomber by much larger four-engine designs like the Avro Lancaster. The first main production variant was the Mk IC, The next significant variant was the Mk III which featured the 1,375 hp (1,205 kW) Bristol Hercules III or XI engine and a four-gun tail turret, instead of two-gun. A total of 1,519 Mk IIIs were built and became mainstays of Bomber Command through 1941. Length: 64ft 7in Wingspan: 86ft 2in Height: 17ft 6in Empty: 18,556 lb Maximum takeoff: 34,500 lb Speed: 261 mph Ceiling: 22,700 ft Range: 2,040 mi Armament: Eight 7.7mm machine gun; 2,014 kg bombs.
    Item No    01627
    Item Name     Wellington Mk. 3
    Bar Code    9580208016276
    Scale    1:72
    Item Type    Static Kit
    Model Brief    Length: 188mm   Wingspan: 229mm   Height: mm
    Total Parts    203pcs
    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 Mk.III, DF-640/BT-T, No.30 OTU Hixon, Staffordshire, September 1943
        2. Z1382/BH-V, 300Sq RAF Suffolk 1942"
    Released Date    2008-06
    More Features "    There are 187 parts in light grey plastic, 16 clear parts for canopy
    -Nose and rear gun turret  are slide moulded w/ clear parts
    -Engine Cowling are"