$153.99 CAD each
In July 1942 John Thomas Blackburn was ordered to organize VGF-29 as the Commanding
Officer. On January 1, 1943 Lt.Cdr John Thomas Blackburn became Commander of the newly
formed VF-17 equipped with F4U-1 Corsairs in April 1943. Blackburn’s use of the fearsome
“Jolly Roger” skull and crossbones was to emphasize the daring attitude of his pilots. On
November 8, 1943 six VF-17 Corsairs engaged fifteen Val Dive Bombers and twenty four Zeros
downing three Zeros and damaging four others with no VF-17 losses. Blackburn’s final war total
was eleven kills.
Straight wing section can be removed and replaced with a section that makes it look like the wings are folded, no hinges.
All markings pad applied for superb results.
Canopy slides open.
Comes with display stand, pilot and option to easily remove the landing gear and cover the openings with doors.
All Prices are in Canadian Dollars.