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Item Number: 25432
Price: $102.99  CAD each  
Availability: November/December
Manufacturer: Hobby Master
Description: No. 80 Squadron was formed in September 1943 and equipped with Curtiss P-40
Kittyhawk. On July 29, 1944 Curtiss P-40N 43-23237 was received by 80 Squadron
RAAF and assigned an ADF number A29-671 and letters BU-O. BU-O was assigned to
Lt. Ken Goldring who named the aircraft “Angry Bee”. From mid-summer 1944 American
and Australian forces were engaged in battles to drive Japanese forces out of Dutch
New Guinea. Noemfoor Island was a major goal because of three airfields that could be
used to support the Allied advance.
Additional Info: HA5505 includes pilot, optional armament and display stand.
Can displayed with wheels up or down.
Scale: 1/72
 

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