F4U-1D “Corsair” 80217

The proportional model:1:72
Browse the number:7075

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Product introduction:
      One of the classic aircraft of the World War II period, the Corsair was designed in 1938 to meet a USN requirement for a shipboard fighter. The distinctive inverted gull-wing was to provide sufficient ground clearance for the huge propellor attached to the Double Wasp engine. The XF4U-1 was first flown on May 29 1940. On October 1st, 1940, the aircraft became the first to exceed 400mph - achieving 404mph (646kmh). The aircraft entered service in mid-1942, and development continued through to 1952.
Item No    80217
Item Name     F4U-1D  “Corsair” 
Bar Code    6939319202178
Scale    1:72
Item Type    Static Aircraft
Model Dimension    Length: 143mm   Wingspan: 172mm   Height: 67mm
Total Plastic Parts    45pcs
Total Sprues    4pcs
Chromeplate Parts    n/a
Camouflage Scheme    VMF-511,1945. , VF-84, USS Bunker Hill , 1945. 
Resin Parts    n/a
Metal Parts    n/a
Photo Etched Parts    n/a
Film Accessory    n/a
Released Date    n/a
More Features    n/a