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Messerschmitt Me-109T-2 - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7874 NEW
SKU AZMO78074
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 "Toni over the North Sea" fighter kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109T-2 - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7873
SKU AZMO78073
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 "Toni of Lister base" fighter kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109S 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7872
SKU AZMO78072
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109S "Kampf-Zweisitzer Emil" fighter kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109S 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7871
SKU AZMO78071
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109S "Schule Emil" fighter kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL.

 
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Messerschmitt Me-109E-0 - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7869
SKU AZMO78069
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109E-0 "First Emils" fighter jet kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL model. The Messerschmitt Bf 109E-0 was one of the first variants of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft during World War II. The "E" designation indicated one of the main production versions of the Bf 109, and the "E-0" variant was one of the first to enter service. Here are some main features of the Messerschmitt Bf 109E-0: Armament: The Bf 109E-0 was armed with two synchronized 7.92 mm caliber MG 17 machine guns mounted in the nose of the aircraft. It also had one MG FF or MG 151/15 20-mm machine gun mounted in the engine cowl. Engine: The model mounted a Daimler-Benz DB 601A engine, which provided high power and contributed to the overall performance of the aircraft. Armor: The Bf 109E-0's armor provided some protection to the pilot from small arms fire and shrapnel. Aerodynamic Characteristics: The Bf 109E-0 featured improvements in aerodynamic characteristics over previous versions, with a new wing and retractable undercarriage. Operational Use: The Bf 109E-0 entered service before the start of World War II and actively participated in early combat. It was employed in operational theaters such as the Spanish Civil War and the early stages of World War II. Subsequent Developments: The Bf 109 family continued to develop, with later variants further improving performance and armament. The "E" version was followed by the "F" and "G" variants, each with specific improvements. The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is considered one of the most iconic fighters in history and played a significant role in the early stages of World War II. Its design and versatility contributed to its success and long operational career.

 
 
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Messerschmitt Me-09V-13/14 - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7870
SKU AZMO78070
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

German Messerschmitt Bf 09V-13/14 "Curych 1937" fighter kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL.

 
 
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Hughes OH-6A 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7865
SKU AZMO78065
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Hughes OH-6A "Cayuse" helicopter kit in 1/72 scale - Az Model. The Hughes OH-6 Cayuse is an American Cold War and modern-day light reconnaissance and observation helicopter. The flight of the prototype took place in 1963 and the machine entered service in 1966. The helicopter-in the AH-6C version-is 9.8 m long and the main rotor diameter is 8.33 meters. Transmission is provided by a single Allison T63-A-5A or Allison T63-A-700 engine with 317 hp. Its top speed reaches 282 km/h. The helicopter has a classic layout with a single main rotor and a propeller on the tail boom.

 
 
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Gloster Gauntlet Mk II RAF - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7867
SKU AZMO78067
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II 'RAF' fighter biplane kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II is an improved variant of the original Gloster Gauntlet, a fighter biplane developed by the Gloster Aircraft Company. Both models, the Mk.I and Mk.II, were used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) between the world wars. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II had some changes from the original Mk.I, which included: Engine: One of the main differences between the Mk.I and Mk.II involved the engine. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II was powered by a Bristol Mercury IX radial engine, compared to the Mercury VII engine used in the Mk.I. Armament: The armament generally remained 0.303-inch Vickers machine guns. Performance: Engine modifications could have affected the aircraft's overall performance, such as speed and firepower. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II continued to be used by the RAF and some other air forces of allied countries for a limited period, but as aviation technology evolved, it soon became obsolete compared to later fighters. Like many aircraft of the time, it contributed to progress in the evolution of military air technology.

 
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Gloster Gauntlet Mk II - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7868 NEW
SKU AZMO78068
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II 'Special Markings' fighter biplane kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II is an improved variant of the original Gloster Gauntlet, a fighter biplane developed by the Gloster Aircraft Company. Both models, the Mk.I and Mk.II, were used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) between the world wars. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II had some changes from the original Mk.I, which included: Engine: One of the main differences between the Mk.I and Mk.II involved the engine. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II was powered by a Bristol Mercury IX radial engine, compared to the Mercury VII engine used in the Mk.I. Armament: The armament generally remained 0.303-inch Vickers machine guns. Performance: Engine modifications could have affected the aircraft's overall performance, such as speed and firepower. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.II continued to be used by the RAF and some other air forces of allied countries for a limited period, but as aviation technology evolved, it soon became obsolete compared to later fighters. Like many aircraft of the time, it contributed to progress in the evolution of military air technology.

 
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Gloster Gauntlet Mk I - 1/72 - AZ MODEL AZ7866
SKU AZMO78066
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Gloster Gauntlet Mk.I fighter biplane kit in 1/72 scale - AZ MODEL. The Gloster Gauntlet Mk.I was a single-seat fighter biplane developed and produced by the Gloster Aircraft Company for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the period between the world wars. The aircraft entered service in 1935 and represents an intermediate stage in the evolution of British fighter aircraft between World War I and World War II. Here are some salient features of the Gloster Gauntlet Mk.I: Biplane Configuration: The Gauntlet was a biplane, which means it had two overlapping wings. This design was common among fighter aircraft of that period. Single-seater: It was designed for a single pilot. Engine: It mounted a 9-cylinder Bristol Mercury VII radial engine, which provided the necessary power for flight. Armament: Armament generally consisted of 0.303-inch Vickers machine guns mounted on the top of the wing. Operation: The Gloster Gauntlet operated with the RAF until the beginning of World War II, although its main operational career was relatively short due to the rapid evolution of aviation technology. This aircraft helped lay the foundation for future developments in RAF fighters. However, as aviation technology advanced, aircraft such as the Gloster Gauntlet Mk.I were overtaken by more advanced designs during World War II.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7864 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6
SKU AZMO78064
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 "Balkan Eagles"The Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6, often abbreviated as the Me 109G-6, was a variant of the famous Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft used by Nazi Germany during World War II. Here is some key information about the Bf 109G-6:Variant of the Bf 109 : The Bf 109G-6 represented one of the most produced and versatile variants of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 during the conflict.Design and Features : The Bf 109G-6 maintained the general configuration of the Bf 109 with a low wing and retractable landing gear. However, it had significant improvements over previous versions in terms of aerodynamics, handling and performance.Engine : The Bf 109G-6 was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 605 engine, which provided more power than the engines mounted on previous versions. This engine helped improve the aircraft's overall performance.Armament : The Bf 109G-6's standard armament included two 13 mm MG 131 machine guns and a 20 mm MG 151/20 cannon mounted in the nose. It was also capable of carrying bombs or rockets for ground attack missions.Performance : With its new engine and improved aerodynamic characteristics, the Bf 109G-6 had superior performance compared to previous versions, with higher top speed and improved maneuverability.Production and Employment : The Bf 109G-6 was produced in large numbers and was used on various fronts during World War II, including the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union and the Western Front against the Allied forces.Legacy : The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is one of the fightersIn summary, the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 was an advanced variant of the famous German Bf 109 fighter, featuring improved performance and armament. It was used by Nazi Germany in various theaters of war during World War II.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7862 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 with WGr.21
SKU AZMO78062
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-6 with WGr.21The Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 with WGr.21 was a variant of the famous Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft (also known as the Me 109, as the company changed its name to Messerschmitt AG during the war). Here is some key information about the Bf 109G-6 variant with WGr.21:Bf 109G-6 variant : The Bf 109G-6 was one of the most produced and versatile variants of the Bf 109 during World War II. The version with WGr.21 was distinguished by additional armament.Design and features : The Bf 109G-6 retained the general configuration of the Bf 109, with a low wing and retractable landing gear. It was known for its maneuverability and good overall performance.Engine : This variant was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 605 engine, which provided a significant increase in power over previous models.Armament : The standard armament of the Bf 109G-6 included two 13 mm MG 131 machine guns and a 20 mm MG 151/20 cannon mounted in the nose. The version with WGr.21 was equipped with unguided WGr.21 rockets, which were wing attack rockets mounted under the wings for ground attack against land or naval targets.Performance : Due to its more powerful engine, the Bf 109G-6 had higher performance than many other fighters of the time. The version with WGr.21 rockets increased the aircraft's ground attack capability.Production and Employment : The Bf 109G-6 was produced in large numbers and used on various fronts during World War II, including the Eastern Front against the Soviet Union. The version with WGr.21 rockets was mainly used for ground attacks against enemy troops, armored vehicles and ships.Legacy : The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is one of the most famous fighters in aviation history, and the Bf 109G-6 with WGr.21 represented one of its many specialized variants for specific missions.In summary, the Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 with WGr.21 was a variant of the Bf 109G-6 equipped with WGr.21 rockets for ground attack missions. It was used by Nazi Germany during World War II and was an example of the adaptability of the Bf 109 to different roles on the battlefield.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7860 Set of weapons and accessories of the German Luftwaffe
SKU AZMO78060
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 German Luftwaffe Weapons and Accessories SetThe set contains 88 pieces.High-quality parts made with CAD-CAM technology.The Bf 109 model is not included.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7859 Messerschmitt Me-109F-1 NEW
SKU AZMO78059
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109F-1 'Fridrich are coming'The Messerschmitt Bf 109F-1, often abbreviated as Bf 109F-1 or Me 109F-1, was a variant of the famous Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter aircraft used by Germany during World War II. Here is some key information about the Bf 109F-1:Variant of the Bf 109 : The Bf 109F-1 represented one of many variants of the Messerschmitt Bf 109, a single-engine monoplane fighter used by Nazi Germany during the conflict.Design and Features : The Bf 109F-1 retained the general configuration of the Bf 109 with a low wing and retractable landing gear. However, it had significant improvements over previous versions in terms of aerodynamics, handling and performance.Engine : The Bf 109F-1 was equipped with a Daimler-Benz DB 601E engine, which provided more power than the engines mounted on previous versions.Armament : The standard armament consisted of two 7.92 mm caliber MG 17 synchronized machine guns and two 20 mm caliber MG FF/M guns mounted in the wings.Performance : Thanks to the new engine and improved aerodynamic characteristics, the Bf 109F-1 had superior performance to earlier versions, with higher top speed and improved maneuverability.Production and Employment : The Bf 109F-1 entered production in 1940 and was primarily employed during the initial phase of Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union. It was later replaced by later variants of the Bf 109.Legacy : The Messerschmitt Bf 109 is one of the most iconic fighters of World War II and is known for its longevity and influence on aircraft design. The Bf 109F-1 represented a significant step in performance over its predecessors.In summary, the Messerschmitt Bf 109F-1 was an advanced variant of the famous German Bf 109 fighter characterized by improved performance and armament. It was used by Nazi Germany in the early stages of Operation Barbarossa during World War II.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7858 Beech Traveller Mk.I NEW
SKU AZMO78058
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Beech Traveller Mk.I The Beech Traveller Mk.I is a variant of the Beech Model 17 Staggerwing aircraft produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation in the 1930s. The Beech Traveller Mk.I is specifically a military version of the plane. Here is some key information about the Beech Traveller Mk.I:Military variant : The Beech Traveller Mk.I was developed as a military variant of the Beech Model 17 Staggerwing aircraft. The main difference from the civilian versions was military use and specific equipment for this purpose.Military applications : This model was used primarily as a liaison and observation aircraft by the U.S. Army during World War II. It was used to transport personnel and light materials, as well as to provide tactical support and observation from the air.Engine : The Beech Traveller Mk.I was powered by a radial engine, typical of aircraft of the time. These engines were not known for their reliability and ruggedness.Flight characteristics : It retained the excellent flight characteristics of the Beech Model 17 Staggerwing, with good handling and stability.Production : Production of the Beech Traveller Mk.I occurred during the 1930s and 1940s, primarily to meet the needs of the U.S. Army during wartime.Legacy : Like other variants of the Beech Model 17, the Beech Traveller Mk.I is considered an icon ofIn summary, the Beech Traveller Mk.I was a military variant of the Beech Model 17 Staggerwing, used primarily as a liaison and observation aircraft during World War II. It retained many of the positive features of its civilian predecessor, including distinctive design and flight performance.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7857 Beech D17
SKU AZMO78057
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Beech D17 'Staggerwing'The Beechcraft Model 17, commonly known as the "Staggerwing" (Italian for "Swapped Wing"), is a 1930s transport and touring aircraft produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation. Here is some key information about the Beech D17 'Staggerwing':Unique Design : The Beech Staggerwing was known for its unique and distinctive design. It was called the "Staggerwing" because of the advanced upper wing compared to the lower wing, a feature that gave the aircraft a distinctive appearance and contributed to its performance.Role : The aircraft was used primarily as a luxury transport and touring aircraft, but it also had military applications during World War II, when it was used as a liaison and observation aircraft.Engine : The Staggerwing was powered by a radial engine, which gave it good power and reliability for the time.Flight characteristics : The plane's advanced wing and aerodynamic design contributed to its excellent flight performance. It was known for its stability and handling.Luxury cabin : The interior of the Beech Staggerwing was often configured with luxurious upholstery and comfortable seating. It was prized by businessmen and celebrities of the time.Production : Production of the Beech D17 Staggerwing began in the 1930s and continued until the mid-1940s. Over the years, several variants were made, including civilian and military versions.Military applications : During World War II, some versions of the Staggerwing were used by the U.S. Army as liaison and observation aircraft. They were known as the UC-43 or GB-1 in the United States and the Traveller in Canada.Legacy : The Beech D17 'Staggerwing' is considered an icon of the golden age of civilian aviation and continues to be prized by historic aircraft enthusiasts. Restored models are sometimes used in vintage aviation events and air shows.In summary, the Beech D17 'Staggerwing' is a historic aircraft known for its distinctive design, excellent flight performance, and legacy in civil and military aviation.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7856 Heinkel He 162B-6
SKU AZMO78056
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162B-6 "Volksjager 46"The Heinkel He 162B-6 was a variant of the Heinkel He 162, a jet fighter plane developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-6:Variant of the He 162 : The Heinkel He 162B-6 represented a specific variant of the He 162, with some changes from the earlier models.Development : The He 162, also known as the "Volksjäger" (people's fighter), was developed in response to Nazi Germany's urgent need for cheap and easily produced jet fighter aircraft during the final stages of World War II.Design : Like the standard He 162, the He 162B-6 was a single-engine jet monoplane with a low wing and retractable tricycle landing gear. It was known for its simplicity and light weight.Engine : This variant of the He 162 was powered by the same BMW 003 jet engine that powered the other He 162 models.Armament : The main armament of the Heinkel He 162B-6 consisted of two MK 108 30 mm cannons mounted in the nose of the aircraft. It was also equipped with 24-cm rockets for defense.Limited production : Production of the He 162B-6 was just as limited as that of the other He 162 models. Due to logistical difficulties and the advancing Allied forces, only a very limited number of these aircraft were completed and used operationally.Operational use : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-6 models, were used in a very limited way during the last months of World War II. Their influence on wartime events was insignificant, but they were employed in some combat missions.Legacy : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-6 model, is considered one of the examples of "desperate weapons" developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Despite its limitations, it contributed to the future development of reaction technology and fighter aircraft design.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7855 Heinkel He 162B-5
SKU AZMO78055
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162B-5 "Volksjager 46"The Heinkel He 162B-5 was a variant of the Heinkel He 162, a jet fighter plane developed by Nazi Germany at the end of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-5:Variant of the He 162 : The Heinkel He 162B-5 represented a specific variant of the He 162, with some changes from the earlier models.Development : The He 162, also known as the "Volksjäger" (people's fighter), was developed in response to Nazi Germany's urgent need for cheap and easily produced jet fighter aircraft during the final stages of World War II.Design : Like the standard He 162, the He 162B-5 was a single-engine jet monoplane with a low wing and retractable tricycle landing gear. It was known for its simplicity and light weight.Engine : This variant of the He 162 was powered by the same BMW 003 jet engine that powered the other He 162 models.Armament : The main armament of the Heinkel He 162B-5 consisted of two MK 108 30 mm cannonsLimited production :Operational use : The Heinkel He 162s, including the B-5 models, were used in a very limited way during the last months of World War II. Their influence on wartime events was insignificant, but they were employed in some combat missions.Legacy : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-5 model, is considered one of the examples of "desperate weapons" developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Despite its limitations, it contributed to the future development of theIn summary, the Heinkel He 162B-5 was a variant of the original He 162, developed at the end of World War II. Like the basic model, its production and operational use were limited due to the wartime circumstances of the time.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7854 Heinkel He 162B-4
SKU AZMO78054
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162B-4 "Volksjager 46"The Heinkel He 162B-4 was a variant of the Heinkel He 162, a jet fighter aircraft developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-4:Variant of the He 162 : The Heinkel He 162B-4 represented a specific variant of the He 162, with some changes from the earlier models.Development : The He 162, also known as the "Volksjäger" (people's fighter), was developed in response to Nazi Germany's urgent need for cheap and easily produced jet fighter aircraft during the final stages of World War II.Design : Like the standard He 162, the He 162B-4 was a single-engine jet monoplane with a low wing and retractable tricycle landing gear. It was known for its simplicity and light weight.Engine : This variant of the He 162 was powered by the same BMW 003 jet engine that powered the other He 162 models.Armament : The main armament of the Heinkel He 162B-4 consisted of two MK 108 30 mm cannons mounted in the nose of the aircraft. It was also equipped with 24-cm rockets for defense.Limited production : Production of the He 162B-4 was just as limited as that of the other He 162 models. Due to logistical difficulties and the advancing Allied forces, only a very limited number of these aircraft were completed and used operationally.Operational use : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-4 models, were used in a very limited way during the last months of World War II. Their influence on wartime events was insignificant, but they were employed in some combat missions.Legacy : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-4 model, is considered one of the examples of "desperate weapons" developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Despite its limitations, it contributed to the future development of jet technology and fighter aircraft design.In summary, the Heinkel He 162B-4 was a variant of the original He 162, developed at the end of World War II. Like the basic model, its production and operational use were limited due to the wartime circumstances of the time.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7853 Heinkel He 162B-3
SKU AZMO78053
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162B-3 "Volksjager 46"The Heinkel He 162B-3 is an advanced variant of the Heinkel He 162 jet fighter developed by Nazi Germany during the last years of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-3:Origin and development :The Heinkel He 162 was designed in a rapid and simplified manner to meet the growing need for jet fighter aircraft toward the end of World War II.Its development was accelerated in an attempt to offset the growing air superiority of the Allied forces.Role :The He 162 was a single-seat jet fighter designed to counter Allied bombers in aerial combat.It was to be used as a defensive aircraft for Nazi Germany.Technical Characteristics :The Heinkel He 162B-3 was powered by a BMW 003E-1 jet engine, which gave it a top speed of about 900 km/h (about 560 mph).It had armament consisting of two MK 108 30-mm caliber cannons mounted in the nose.Production and Operational Use :Production of the He 162 was characterized by rapid and simplified assembly, often using noncritical materials.However, its entry into service was very limited, as Nazi Germany was already suffering heavy Allied bombing and had problems with the availability of fuel and trained pilots.Only a relatively small number of He 162s were completed and used in combat, and its effectiveness was limited.End of World War II :With the end of World War II and the defeat of Nazi Germany, production of the He 162 came to an end.Many surviving examples were captured by the Allies or scrapped.The Heinkel He 162 is known to have been one of the most advanced jet fighters developed by Nazi Germany during the war, but its use was limited due to the adverse circumstances and wartime environment in which it was employed. Its simplified production and performance were indicative of the desperate German war effort in its last days of existence.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7852 Heinkel He 162B-2
SKU AZMO78052
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162B-2 "Volksjager 46" The Heinkel He 162B-2 was a variant of the Heinkel He 162, a jet fighter aircraft developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-2:Variant of the He 162 : The Heinkel He 162B-2 was a variant of the original He 162. This variant incorporated a number of changes and improvements over the basic version.Development : The He 162, also known as the "Volksjäger" (people's fighter), was developed in a hurry to try to provide the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) with an inexpensive and easily producible jet fighter aircraft toward the end of the war .Design : The He 162B-2 had a similar design to the standard He 162. It was a single-engine jet monoplane with a low wing and retractable tricycle landing gear. It was known for its simplicity and light weight.Engine : Like the standard He 162, the He 162B-2 was powered by a BMW 003 jet engine, the same one used in the original He 162.Armament : The main armament of the Heinkel He 162B-2 consists ofLimited production : The production of the He 162B-2 was just as limited as that of the standard He 162. Due to logistical difficulties and advancing Allied forces, only a very limited number of these aircraft were completed and employed.Operational use : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-2 models, were used in a very limited way during the last months of World War II. Their influence on wartime events was insignificant, but they were employed in some combat missions.Legacy : The Heinkel He 162, including the B-2 models, is considered one of the examples of "desperate weapons" developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Despite its limitations, it contributed to the future development of jet technology and fighter aircraft design.In summary, the Heinkel He 162B-2 was a variant of the original He 162, developed at the end of World War II. Like the basic model, its production and operational use were limited due to the wartime circumstances of the time.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7851 Heinkel He 162B-1
SKU AZMO78051
Brand AZ MODELS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162B-1 "Volksjager 46"The Heinkel He 162B-1, also known as the "Volksjäger" (meaning "people's fighter" in German), was a jet fighter aircraft developed by Nazi Germany during the last months of World War II. Here is some key information about the Heinkel He 162B-1:Development : The He 162 was developed in response to Germany's urgent need for jet fighter aircraft to counter the Allies toward the end of World War II. The project was initiated in 1944, and the plane was to be produced in large quantities quickly and cheaply.Design : The He 162Engine : The plane was powered by a BMW 003 jet engine, the same engine used in Germany's other jet fighter, the Messerschmitt Me 262. However, the He 162 was considerably smaller and lighter than the Me 262.Armament : The main armament of the Heinkel He 162B-1 consisted of two MK 108 30 mm cannons mounted in the nose of the plane. It was also equipped with 24-cm rockets that could be used for defense.Production and employment : Despite being a relatively simple aircraft, production of the He 162 encountered numerous difficulties related to resource shortages and advancing Allied forces. Only a limited number of He 162s entered service, and its operational use was limited. The plane was employed in some combat missions, but its influence on the outcome of the war was minimal.Legacy : The He 162 is considered one of the examples of "desperate weapons" developed by Nazi Germany toward the end of the war. Despite its limitations, it contributed to the later development of jet technology and fighter aircraft design.In short, the Heinkel He 162B-1 was a jet fighter aircraft developed by Nazi Germany at the end of World War II, but its production and operational use were limited due to the wartime circumstances of the time.

 
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AZ MODEL 7850 Messerschmitt Me-109 K-14
SKU AZMO78050
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109 K-14 "Late"The Messerschmitt Bf 109 K-14 "Late" refers to a variant of the iconic German fighter aircraft, the Messerschmitt Bf 109. The Bf 109 was one of the most widely used and recognizable fighter aircraft employed by the German Luftwaffe during World War II.The Bf 109 K-14 was an updated version of the Bf 109 series, specifically part of the "K" (Kurfürst) subseries. The K-14 variant was developed toward the end of World War II and was intended to address some of the shortcomings of the earlier models. The "Late" designation indicates that this variant was produced later in the war as the German aviation industry faced challenges due to Allied bombing and material shortages.Some of the improvements and features of the Bf 109 K-14 "Late" variant may have included:Engine : The Bf 109 K-14 probably featured an updated engine, perhaps the Daimler-Benz DB 605D or a similar variant. This would have provided more power and performance than previous models.Armament : The armament of the Bf 109 K-14 typically consists of two 13 mm MG 131 machine guns mounted on the engine cowling and a 30 mm MK 108 cannon mounted on the nose. This combination of firepower was expected to be effective against both air and ground targets.Aerodynamics : The K-14 could have featured improved aerodynamics and aerodynamic design compared to earlier models, helping to improve overall performance.Avionics : Late-war variants such as the K-14 may have included improved radio equipment, instrumentation, and other avionics to improve situation awareness and pilot communication.Armor and Protection : The K-14 may have undergone changes in terms of pilot protection, including reinforced cockpit armor and self-sealing fuel tanks to increase aircraft survivability.It is important to note that due to the chaotic conditions in the last years of World War II, not all planned variants and improvements were produced or implemented in significant numbers. Production and availability of aircraft and their variants were often limited by factors such as resource shortages, skilled manpower, and the ongoing Allied bombing campaign.The Bf 109 series as a whole had a significant impact on air combat during World War II, and its various iterations played roles in various theaters and phases of the conflict.

 
 
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AZ MODEL 7849 Messerschmitt Me-109K-6
SKU AZMO78049
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109K-6 "Late"The Messerschmitt Bf 109K-6 was an advanced variant of the famous German Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter, developed during the last years of World War II. Here is some key information about the Messerschmitt Bf 109K-6:Development and Background: The Bf 109K-6 was one of the last variants of the Messerschmitt Bf 109, developed in response to the need to improve the aircraft's performance and capabilities during the final phase of World War II. The goal was to keep the Bf 109 competitive with Allied aircraft that had become increasingly advanced.Design and Features: The Bf 109K-6 featured avionics, armament, and engine improvements over previous versions. It was a single-engine monoplane fighter with inverted gull wings. However, the overall design was similar to the G variants of the Bf 109, but with some aerodynamic improvements.Engine: The Bf 109K-6 was powered by a Daimler-Benz DB 605 engine, which was an improved version of the engine used in earlier variants. This engine provided more power and performance than previous models.Armament: The armament of the Bf 109K-6 consisted of two 13 mm MG 131 cannons and a combination of 7.92 mm MG 17 machine guns. The armament could vary according to pilot preferences and specific aircraft configurations.Performance: Thanks to the upgraded engine and some aerodynamic improvements, the Bf 109K-6 had higher performance than previous variants. It had a higher top speed and better climb capability.Operational Employment: Due to the circumstances at the end of World War II, the Bf 109K-6 did not see significant operational employment. The conflict was nearing its conclusion and the production of new Bf 109 variants was affected by logistical problems and changing priorities.Legacy: Despite its brief presence on the battlefield, the Bf 109K-6 represents one of the efforts made to continue to improve the famous Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter. Its production and use were limited, but it represents a final stage in the long evolution of this aircraft.In conclusion, the Messerschmitt Bf 109K-6 was an advanced variant of the iconic German fighter developed toward the end of World War II. Despite its limited use due to historical circumstances, it is an example of the constant quest for improvements in the field of military aviation.

 
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Fieseler Fi 167 A-0
SKU AZMO78047
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Fieseler Fi 167 A-0 "Luftwaffe"The Fieseler Fi 167 was a embarked ground attack and reconnaissance aircraft developed by Fieseler Werke in Germany in the 1930s.Here is some general information about the Fieseler Fi 167:Development and Purpose: The Fieseler Fi 167 was developed in the 1930s as a ground attack and reconnaissance aircraft for the German Navy (Kriegsmarine). It was intended for use on German aircraft carriers of the time, such as the Eagle and Graf Zeppelin.Design and Features: The Fi 167 had a high-wing configuration with fixed landing gear. It was a two-seat biplane, with the pilot and navigator/observer seated in tandem in the open cabin.Engine: The Fi 167 was powered by a 9-cylinder BMW Bramo 323A radial engine that provided the necessary power for attack and reconnaissance missions.Armament: The aircraft could be armed with fixed machine guns mounted in the fuselage and had the capability of carrying bombs or torpedoes under the wings for ground attack or anti-ship tasks.Operation: Despite the Fi 167's entry into service, the development environment and changes in the aircraft carrier construction program limited the aircraft's operational use. Only a small number of Fi 167s were produced and used in small numbers in the early stages of World War II.Evolution: Although the Fi 167 A-0 might refer to a specific variant or model, the Fieseler Fi 167 underwent later developments and variants. However, its operational use remained relatively limited and it did not play a significant role during the conflict.In summary, the Fieseler Fi 167 A-0 was a ground attack and reconnaissance aircraft designed for use on German aircraft carriers during World War II. However, due to changes in German naval aviation priorities and developments, the Fi 167 did not have a major impact during the conflict.

 
 
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Messerschmitt Me-109E-7/Trop
SKU AZMO78048
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109E-7/Trop "Croatian Eagles"The Messerschmitt Bf 109, was a single-engine, low-wing monoplane fighter aircraft designed in the 1930s by Eng. Willy Messerschmitt, on behalf of the German aviation company Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG and produced not only by itself and its successor Messerschmitt AG, but also under license in some of its variants by the Romanian Industria Aeronautica Româna (IAR) and the Spanish Hispano Aviación, which marketed it as the Hispano Aviación HA-1109.

 
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Fieseler Fi 167
SKU AZMO78046
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Fieseler Fi 167 "Are Coming"The Fieseler Fi 167 was an aerosailor, reconnaissance/bomber biplane embarked aircraft produced by the German company Gerhard-Fieseler-Werke GmbH in the 1930s and proposed as the standard aircraft supplied to the Kriegsmarine aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin.In 1937, with the start of construction of the German fleet's first aircraft carrier , the Graf Zeppelin, Fieseler and Arado Flugzeugwerke GmbH were contacted and asked to produce prototypes for a boarded aircraft carrier. From the summer of 1938 it was evaluated by the examining board along with its competitor, the Arado Ar 195, in a series of comparative tests, proving to be of more modern design and better suited to fill that role.After the construction of the two prototypes, which were given the designations Fi 167 V1 and Fi 167 V2, 12 pre-series examples were built, the Fi 167 A-0, which differed from the original prototypes only in a number of minor modifications. The aircraft far exceeded all the requirements, manifesting excellent maneuverability and being able to carry about twice the payload of the war payload stipulated in the specifications. Like the more famous Fi 156 Storch, the Fi 167 possessed amazing STOL capabilities and low-speed control capabilities, being able to hang almost vertically on a moving aircraft carrier.In addition, in the event of an emergency ditching, the Fi 167 had the ability to separate the landing gear, and watertight compartments cut into the lower wing would allow the aircraft to float long enough to ensure that the two crew members could exit the cockpit.

 
 
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Fieseler Fi 167
SKU AZMO78045
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Fieseler Fi 167 "Over the Balkans"The Fieseler Fi 167 was an aerosailor, reconnaissance/bomber biplane embarked aircraft produced by the German company Gerhard-Fieseler-Werke GmbH in the 1930s and proposed as the standard aircraft supplied to the Kriegsmarine aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin.In 1937, with the start of construction of the German fleet's first aircraft carrier , the Graf Zeppelin, Fieseler and Arado Flugzeugwerke GmbH were contacted and asked to produce prototypes for a boarded aircraft carrier. From the summer of 1938 it was evaluated by the examining board along with its competitor, the Arado Ar 195, in a series of comparative tests, proving to be of more modern design and better suited to fill that role.After the construction of the two prototypes, which were given the designation Fi 167 V1 and Fi 167 V2, 12 pre-series examples were built, the Fi 167 A-0, which differed from the original prototypes only in a number of minor modifications. The aircraft far exceeded all the requirements, manifesting excellent maneuverability and being able to carry about twice the payload of the war payload stipulated in the specifications. Like the more famous Fi 156 Storch, the Fi 167 possessed amazing STOL capabilities and low-speed control capabilities, being able to hang almost vertically on a moving aircraft carrier.In addition, in the event of an emergency ditching, the Fi 167 had the ability to separate the landing gear, and watertight compartments cut into the lower wing would allow the aircraft to float long enough to ensure that the two crew members could exit the cockpit.

 
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Fieseler Fi 167
SKU AZMO78044
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Fieseler Fi 167 "Croatian AF"The Fieseler Fi 167 was an aerosailor, reconnaissance/bomber biplane embarked aircraft produced by the German company Gerhard-Fieseler-Werke GmbH in the 1930s and proposed as the standard aircraft supplied to the Kriegsmarine aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin.In 1937, with the start of construction of the German fleet's first aircraft carrier , the Graf Zeppelin, Fieseler and Arado Flugzeugwerke GmbH were contacted and asked to produce prototypes for a boarded aircraft carrier. From the summer of 1938 it was evaluated by the examining board along with its competitor, the Arado Ar 195, in a series of comparative tests, proving to be of more modern design and better suited to fill that role.After the construction of the two prototypes, which were given the designation Fi 167 V1 and Fi 167 V2, 12 pre-series examples were built, the Fi 167 A-0, which differed from the original prototypes only in a number of minor modifications. The aircraft far exceeded all the requirements, manifesting excellent maneuverability and being able to carry about twice the payload of the war payload stipulated in the specifications. Like the more famous Fi 156 Storch, the Fi 167 possessed amazing STOL capabilities and low-speed control capabilities, being able to hang almost vertically on a moving aircraft carrier.In addition, in the event of an emergency ditching, the Fi 167 had the ability to separate the landing gear, and watertight compartments cut into the lower wing would allow the aircraft to float long enough to ensure that the two crew members could exit the cockpit.

 
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Yokosuka D4Y2-S
SKU AZMO78043
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Yokosuka D4Y2-S ''Judy'' Night FighterThe Yokosuka D4Y, also referred to as the Embarked Bomber for the Navy "Suisei based on the "long" identification system, allied code name Judy was a single-engine, low-wing dive bomber designed by the Japanese Kugisho design bureau, the First Yokosuka Aeronaval Technical Arsenal, in the early 1940s.Employed by the Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Koku Hombu, the naval aviation of the Imperial Japanese Navy, during the stages of World War II, due to its characteristics it was also used in the role of a reconnaissance aircraft and ended its service, in the very last stages of the conflict, as a kamikaze aircraft.

 
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Yokosuka D4Y2
SKU AZMO78042
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Yokosuka D4Y2 ''Judy''The Yokosuka D4Y, also referred to as the Embarked Bomber for the Navy "Suisei based on the "long" identification system, allied code name Judy was a single-engine, low-wing dive bomber designed by the Japanese Kugisho design bureau, the First Yokosuka Naval Technical Air Armory, in the early 1940s.Employed by the Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Koku Hombu, the naval aviation of the Imperial Japanese Navy, during the stages of World War II, due to its characteristics it was also used in the role of a reconnaissance aircraft and ended its service, in the very last stages of the conflict, as a kamikaze aircraft.

 
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Yokosuka D4Y1/1-C
SKU AZMO78041
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Yokosuka D4Y1/1-C "Judy"The Yokosuka D4Y, also referred to as the Embarked Bomber for the Navy "Suisei based on the "long" identification system, allied code name Judy was a single-engine, low-wing dive bomber designed by the Japanese Kugisho design bureau, the First Yokosuka Naval Technical Air Armory, in the early 1940s.Employed by the Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Koku Hombu, the naval aviation of the Imperial Japanese Navy, during the stages of World War II, due to its characteristics it was also used in the role of a reconnaissance aircraft and ended its service, in the very last stages of the conflict, as a kamikaze aircraft.

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7839 Heinkel He 162S-9
SKU AZMO78039
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162S-9 "V-Tail Jet"  L'Heinkel He 162 "Salamander", chiamato anche Volksjäger (tradotto dal tedesco Caccia del popolo) dopo la creazione del Volkssturm, era un caccia monomotore a getto prodotto dall'azienda tedesca Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG ed impiegato dalla Luftwaffe durante le ultime fasi della seconda guerra mondiale.Introdotto oramai quando le risorse tecnologiche tedesche erano compromesse dal risultato della controffensiva alleata, l'He 162, pur risultando (in teoria) tecnologicamente avanzato e dotato di prestazioni superiori ai pari ruolo dell'epoca non risultò determinante nel sovvertire gli esiti del conflitto. Benché realizzato con materiali non strategici fu tuttavia il più veloce fra i caccia a getto di prima generazione sia dell'Asse che degli alleati. Volksjäger era il nome ufficiale dell'He 162 assegnato dall'RLM. Altri nomi con cui è noto sono Salamander, che era il nome in codice del suo programma di costruzione, e Spatz ("passero"), che era il nome dato dall'azienda costruttrice. Va aggiunto che, come in pochi altri casi, la differenza tra la teoria e la pratica era evidente: quando l'Armée del Air francese utilizzò 5 aerei nel dopoguerra (fu il primo aereo a getto dell'aeronautica francese) riscontrarono poche sorprese nel comportamento in volo, ma anche prestazioni apparentemente molto inferiori rispetto a quelle teoricamente valutate dai Tedeschi: 550-610 kmh appena, con salita a 4.000 m in sette minuti, mentre infine l'autonomia era di circa 38 minuti. Era un velivolo relativamente facile da pilotare ma con scarsa stabilità, e con distanze di decollo di 1.200 e persino di 2.000 m. Il motore tendeva a spegnersi con manovre brusche e picchiate. I test si svolsero fino al gennaio 1949. Il caccia Heinkel fu valutato come una macchina di scarso valore bellico (oltre tutto molto fragile se colpito dalla contraerea o da caccia nemici per la struttura in parte lignea), ma fu prezioso come esperienza sui jet che i Francesi poterono svolgere nell'immediato dopoguerra, contribuendo a riempire il deficit accumulato in tale settore avanzato. 

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7838 Heinkel He 162S-2
SKU AZMO78038
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162S-2 "Trainer Jet"L'Heinkel He 162 "Salamander", chiamato anche Volksjäger (tradotto dal tedesco Caccia del popolo) dopo la creazione del Volkssturm, era un caccia monomotore a getto prodotto dall'azienda tedesca Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG ed impiegato dalla Luftwaffe durante le ultime fasi della seconda guerra mondiale.Introdotto oramai quando le risorse tecnologiche tedesche erano compromesse dal risultato della controffensiva alleata, l'He 162, pur risultando (in teoria) tecnologicamente avanzato e dotato di prestazioni superiori ai pari ruolo dell'epoca non risultò determinante nel sovvertire gli esiti del conflitto. Benché realizzato con materiali non strategici fu tuttavia il più veloce fra i caccia a getto di prima generazione sia dell'Asse che degli alleati. Volksjäger era il nome ufficiale dell'He 162 assegnato dall'RLM. Altri nomi con cui è noto sono Salamander, che era il nome in codice del suo programma di costruzione, e Spatz ("passero"), che era il nome dato dall'azienda costruttrice. Va aggiunto che, come in pochi altri casi, la differenza tra la teoria e la pratica era evidente: quando l'Armée del Air francese utilizzò 5 aerei nel dopoguerra (fu il primo aereo a getto dell'aeronautica francese) riscontrarono poche sorprese nel comportamento in volo, ma anche prestazioni apparentemente molto inferiori rispetto a quelle teoricamente valutate dai Tedeschi: 550-610 kmh appena, con salita a 4.000 m in sette minuti, mentre infine l'autonomia era di circa 38 minuti. Era un velivolo relativamente facile da pilotare ma con scarsa stabilità, e con distanze di decollo di 1.200 e persino di 2.000 m. Il motore tendeva a spegnersi con manovre brusche e picchiate. I test si svolsero fino al gennaio 1949. Il caccia Heinkel fu valutato come una macchina di scarso valore bellico (oltre tutto molto fragile se colpito dalla contraerea o da caccia nemici per la struttura in parte lignea), ma fu prezioso come esperienza sui jet che i Francesi poterono svolgere nell'immediato dopoguerra, contribuendo a riempire il deficit accumulato in tale settore avanzato. 

 
 
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AZ MODEL AZ7837 Heinkel He 162D
SKU AZMO78037
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162D "Luftwaffe 46"L'Heinkel He 162 "Salamander", chiamato anche Volksjäger (tradotto dal tedesco Caccia del popolo) dopo la creazione del Volkssturm, era un caccia monomotore a getto prodotto dall'azienda tedesca Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG ed impiegato dalla Luftwaffe durante le ultime fasi della seconda guerra mondiale.Introdotto oramai quando le risorse tecnologiche tedesche erano compromesse dal risultato della controffensiva alleata, l'He 162, pur risultando (in teoria) tecnologicamente avanzato e dotato di prestazioni superiori ai pari ruolo dell'epoca non risultò determinante nel sovvertire gli esiti del conflitto. Benché realizzato con materiali non strategici fu tuttavia il più veloce fra i caccia a getto di prima generazione sia dell'Asse che degli alleati. Volksjäger era il nome ufficiale dell'He 162 assegnato dall'RLM. Altri nomi con cui è noto sono Salamander, che era il nome in codice del suo programma di costruzione, e Spatz ("passero"), che era il nome dato dall'azienda costruttrice. Va aggiunto che, come in pochi altri casi, la differenza tra la teoria e la pratica era evidente: quando l'Armée del Air francese utilizzò 5 aerei nel dopoguerra (fu il primo aereo a getto dell'aeronautica francese) riscontrarono poche sorprese nel comportamento in volo, ma anche prestazioni apparentemente molto inferiori rispetto a quelle teoricamente valutate dai Tedeschi: 550-610 kmh appena, con salita a 4.000 m in sette minuti, mentre infine l'autonomia era di circa 38 minuti. Era un velivolo relativamente facile da pilotare ma con scarsa stabilità, e con distanze di decollo di 1.200 e persino di 2.000 m. Il motore tendeva a spegnersi con manovre brusche e picchiate. I test si svolsero fino al gennaio 1949. Il caccia Heinkel fu valutato come una macchina di scarso valore bellico (oltre tutto molto fragile se colpito dalla contraerea o da caccia nemici per la struttura in parte lignea), ma fu prezioso come esperienza sui jet che i Francesi poterono svolgere nell'immediato dopoguerra, contribuendo a riempire il deficit accumulato in tale settore avanzato. 

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7826 Heinkel He 162D
SKU AZMO78026
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162D "Salamander" 

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7827 Heinkel He 162C
SKU AZMO78027
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162C "Salamander" 

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7822 Heinkel He 162A-2
SKU AZMO78022
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: Dopoguerra
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 Heinkel He 162A-2 "Post war" L'Heinkel He 162 "Salamander", chiamato anche Volksjäger (tradotto dal tedesco Caccia del popolo) dopo la creazione del Volkssturm, era un caccia monomotore a getto prodotto dall'azienda tedesca Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG ed impiegato dalla Luftwaffe durante le ultime fasi della seconda guerra mondiale.Introdotto oramai quando le risorse tecnologiche tedesche erano compromesse dal risultato della controffensiva alleata, l'He 162, pur risultando (in teoria) tecnologicamente avanzato e dotato di prestazioni superiori ai pari ruolo dell'epoca non risultò determinante nel sovvertire gli esiti del conflitto. Benché realizzato con materiali non strategici fu tuttavia il più veloce fra i caccia a getto di prima generazione sia dell'Asse che degli alleati. Volksjäger era il nome ufficiale dell'He 162 assegnato dall'RLM. Altri nomi con cui è noto sono Salamander, che era il nome in codice del suo programma di costruzione, e Spatz ("passero"), che era il nome dato dall'azienda costruttrice. Va aggiunto che, come in pochi altri casi, la differenza tra la teoria e la pratica era evidente: quando l'Armée del Air francese utilizzò 5 aerei nel dopoguerra (fu il primo aereo a getto dell'aeronautica francese) riscontrarono poche sorprese nel comportamento in volo, ma anche prestazioni apparentemente molto inferiori rispetto a quelle teoricamente valutate dai Tedeschi: 550-610 kmh appena, con salita a 4.000 m in sette minuti, mentre infine l'autonomia era di circa 38 minuti. Era un velivolo relativamente facile da pilotare ma con scarsa stabilità, e con distanze di decollo di 1.200 e persino di 2.000 m. Il motore tendeva a spegnersi con manovre brusche e picchiate. I test si svolsero fino al gennaio 1949. Il caccia Heinkel fu valutato come una macchina di scarso valore bellico (oltre tutto molto fragile se colpito dalla contraerea o da caccia nemici per la struttura in parte lignea), ma fu prezioso come esperienza sui jet che i Francesi poterono svolgere nell'immediato dopoguerra, contribuendo a riempire il deficit accumulato in tale settore avanzato.  

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7835 He 162C
SKU AZMO78035
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 He 162C Salamander In foreign services 

 
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AZ MODEL AZ7834 He 162A-9
SKU AZMO78034
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
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1/72 He 162A-9 Salamander JG.300 

 
 
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AZ MODEL AZ7833 Yokosuka D4Y3
SKU AZMO78033
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Yokosuka D4Y3 'Judy' Suisei 33Lo Yokosuka D4Y, indicato anche come Bombardiere imbarcato per la Marina "Suisei in base al sistema di identificazione "lungo", nome in codice alleato Judy fu un bombardiere in picchiata monomotore ad ala bassa disegnato dall'ufficio di progettazione giapponese Kugisho, il Primo arsenale tecnico aeronavale di Yokosuka, nei primi anni quaranta.Impiegato dalla Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Koku Hombu, l'aviazione navale della Marina imperiale giapponese, durante le fasi della seconda guerra mondiale, grazie alle sue caratteristiche venne utilizzato anche nel ruolo di aereo da ricognizione e terminò il servizio, nelle ultimissime fasi del conflitto, come aereo kamikaze. 

 
21,00

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AZ MODEL AZ7807 Messerschmitt Me-109E-1
SKU AZMO78007
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

  1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109E-1 "Experten 2“

 
18,00

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AZ MODEL AZ7832 Messerschmitt Me-109G-5 AS
SKU AZMO78032
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

  1/72 Messerschmitt Me-109G-5 AS

 
 
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AZ MODEL AZ7829 Fiat CR.32CN
SKU AZMO78029
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Italy
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Fiat CR.32CN 'Freccia' Night Fighter    Il Fiat C.R.32 (Caccia Rosatelli, dal nome del progettista) era un aereo biplano da caccia prodotto dall'azienda italiana Fiat Aviazione negli anni trenta.Impiegato principalmente dalla Aviazione Legionaria, durante la guerra civile spagnola, e dalla Regia Aeronautica, nel primo periodo della seconda guerra mondiale, venne adottato anche dalle aeronautiche cinese, ungherese, austriaca, venezuelana e paraguayana. Utilizzato durante la Guerra civile spagnola a sostegno dei Nazionalisti, in Spagna, si guadagnò presto la reputazione di uno dei migliori biplani prodotti. Nel Paese iberico fu anche costruito su licenza e restò in servizio fino al 1953, vent'anni dopo il suo primo volo.Questo piccolo aereo della Fiat era compatto, robusto, assai manovrabile e diede delle ottime dimostrazioni delle proprie capacità in tutta Europa, alla guida dei piloti delle Pattuglie acrobatiche. Ancor oggi conserva la reputazione incontestata di essere stato il più famoso degli aerei da caccia italiani. Seppure non eccezionalmente rapido, era robusto, maneggevole e potentemente armato, per la sua epoca (il decennio 1930-1940), con le sue due mitragliatrici Breda-SAFAT da 12,7 millimetri, sincronizzate e sparanti attraverso il disco dell'elica   

 
 
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AZ MODEL AZ7821 Heinkel He 162A-2
SKU AZMO78021
Brand AZ MODELS
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Heinkel He 162A-2 "Salamander"   

 
16,00

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