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    Wellington Mk.1C 01626

    Model:01626
    The proportional model:1:72
    Browse the number:3621

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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 which added waist guns to the Mk IA and a total of 2,685 were produced. The Mk IC had a crew of six; a pilot, radio operator, navigator/bomb aimer, observer/nose gunner, tail gunner and waist gunner. Length: 64ft 7in Wingspan: 86ft 2in Height: 17ft 6in Empty: 18,556 lb Maximum takeoff: 25,800 lb Speed: 235 mph Ceiling: 22,000 ft Range: 2,550 mi Armament: Eight 7.7mm machine gun; 2,014 kg bombs
    Item No    01626
    Item Name    Wellington Mk.1C
    Bar Code    9580208016269
    Scale    1:72
    Item Type    Static Kit
    Model Brief    Length: 188mm   Wingspan: 229mm   Height: mm
    Total Parts    185pcs
    Total Sprues    10pcs
    Paint Schemes "    MK.1C, P9245/OJ-W No.149 Sq. RAF, Sep.1940
        MK.1C, R1006/GR-H No.301 Sq. RAF, Sep.1942"
    Released Date    2007-07
    More Features    The kit consists of 166 parts in grey plastic, 19 clear plastic parts for canopy & side windows  Optional position flaps