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Revell Germany - Mosquito Mk.IV 1:32

Regular price $29.95

The Mosquito was one of the most powerful and fastest bombers of the RAF during World War II and was built until 1945 in a total of 5,500 copies. The lightweight aircraft owes its success to the special materials, instead of aluminum, wood was mainly used for the basic construction and the outer coating. The prototype flew on November 25, 1940, after which the Wooden Miracle went into production. The mosquito flew off all German fighter planes. As Reich Marshal Goering on 31.1. 1943 a parade in
Wanted to hold Berlin, threw 3 Mosquito bombers from their load in the vicinity and were able to escape in spite of a huge hunters muster in peace. The production was increased during the war, she was then used as a hunter and photo-reconnaissance, including the US Army Air Corps. The top speed was 611 km / h, the range 3272 km. A maximum of 906 kg bomb load could be carried.                                                                                                                    

  • Historical Revell shape
  • Structured surfaces
  • Detailed cockpit with instrument board
  • 2 pilot figures
  • A detailed RR Merlin engine
  • Moving propeller
  • Detailed landing gear
  • Suspension can be optionally extended or retracted
  • Detailed vertical stabilizer
  • Removable engine side panel

Decals for 2 RAF versions:

  • DeHavilland Mosquito Mk.IV, NO. 627 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Woodhall Spa, England, June 1944
  • DeHavilland Mosquito Mk.IV, no. 105 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Marham, England, December 1942