Item Number: 27010
Price: $119.99  CAD each  
Availability: SOLD OUT
Manufacturer: Hobby Master
Description: Japan had invested in Manchuria and built the Japan South Manchuria Railway. Needing more
territory for its increasing population, Japan sabotaged a portion of this railway in order to justify
invading Manchuria in 1931. China had no great aviation force to defend itself so the Soviet
Union supplied aircraft. In 1941 when the U.S.A. entered WWII they too supplied China with
aircraft. There were 150 Boeing PT-17 Stearmans supplied with serials from 42-15896 to 42-
16045 and some training schools were located in Lahore Pakistan as well as in the U.S..
Additional Info: HA8110
Includes pilot and display stand.
Scale: 1/48

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