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1:48 Me 262 A-2a:U2

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AVAILABLE HB80377 HOBBY BOSS 1:48
€15.00

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1:48 Me 262 A-2a:U2

The Messerschmitt Me262 was the first jet fighter in the world. Project work had begun at Messerschmitt as early as April 1939 on a new high-speed fighter plane the propulsion of which was to consist of the “turbine jet” system. And on 18th July 1942, the Me262 took off on his first flight. The Me262 was powered by two Jumo 004B type engines giving the Me262 a maximum speed of 870km/h at an altitude of 6000m. Its service ceiling was 11400m and its range was 1050km. Basic armament consists of 4х30mm MK108 cannon installed in the nose. In addition, 2х12 type R4M rockets could be carried the wings.

Scale 1:48

Item Type Plastic Model Aircraft Kit

Length: 244mm

Wingspan: 260.6mm

Total Plastic Parts 160+

Total Sprues 9 sprues

Metal Parts nose gear cabin

More Features

-The kit consists clear parts for canopy.

-Detailed fuselage&wing w/accurate design

-Detailed gear cabin

-Optional metal nose gear cabin

Additional Information

Article No HB80377
Article No of Manufacturer 80377
Аvailability AVAILABLE
Colour For colouring
Scale 1:48
Manufacturer HOBBY BOSS
Brand MESSERSCHMITT AG
Series No
EAN 6939319203779
Material Polystyrene (plastic).
Epoch 1939-1945 World War II
Age recommendation Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Package content:

Plastic scale model kit made of polystyrene, an exact detailed replica of the real model.

Assembly instructions and decals included (water adhesive decals) The model comes unassembled and unpainted and requires glue and paints to be finished. Unless stated on the box the kit does not contain paints, glue, and brushes.

Additional products:

You can find the necessary paints and spraysglues and decal softenersprimers, surfacers and puttiestoolsbrushes in Modeling materials.

For further detailing such you can find various photo-etched parts and resin details.