Item Number: 30265
Price: $389.99 $369.99 CAD each On Sale Icon 
Availability: March
Manufacturer: Hobby Master
Description: On April 4, 1944 the new F6F-5 took to the air. It was a much improved version of the F4F Wildcat. This plane was so lethal that it earned the nickname “Ace Maker” because of the large number of pilots that earned their 5 + victories while flying it. VF-27 F6F-5 Hellcat “Paper Doll” belonged to Lt. (jg) Robert Burnell but on October 24, 1944 during the Battle of Leyte Gulf was flown from the USS Princeton by Lt. Carl Brown Jr.. Brown and other aircraft intercepted Japanese aircraft heading for the U.S. Fleet and he managed to down 5 enemy aircraft.
Additional Info: HA 0309
Opening of awnings, revealing detailed within the cockpit
Extended / retracted interchangeable landing gear
Accurately detailed underside with concealed screwheads
Authentic detachable artillery cargoes complete with placards
Scale: 1/32
 

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