Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model Kit

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model

Imperial Japanese Navy carrier fighter, Model 52 variant with reduced span, rounded wingtips and 20mm wing-cannon. Kit has fine engraved panel lines, well appointed cockpit, twin-row Sakae radial engine, drop tank, detailed undercarriage and wheel wells, separately molded spinner and your choice of 2-piece (closed) or 3-piece (open) canopy. Decals and painting reference for (3) IJN aircraft: No 320-85 of the 652nd Air Group onboard IJN Junyo, Mariana Sea, June 1944; No 9-151 of the Rabaul Fighter Group, New Britain, 1943-44 and No 653-111 of the 653rd Air Group, Oita Prefecture, 1944 - includes stencil data, instrument faces, leading edge ID stripes and propeller markings.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B0069IQM2W
  • UPC: 088907241313

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5c Zero Fighter Model Kit

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5c Zero Fighter Model

In April 1939, shortly after the first Japanese Zero began test trials, modification drawings were already taking place on the zero in the Mitsubishi design room, to keep pace with the anticipated long air war in the Pacific. After the initial superiority of the Zero over allied aircraft began to wane, due to new U.S. types being introduced, Mitsubishi was hard pressed to maintain a superiority. The introduction of the Grumman F6F and Chance Vought F4U, provided a need for more firepower, armor protection and capability led the combined companies of Nakajima and Mitsubishi to produce the A6M5 series of aircraft.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B000QSBXH0
  • UPC: 795864882762

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5 Model Kit

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M5 Model

Imperial Japanese Navy carrier-fighter kit with highly detailed cockpit, Sakae 21 engine, hinged control surfaces, retractable landing gear with compressible oleo struts, segmented canopy with painting mask, display stand with seated and standing pilot figures. Also features precision-made metal parts included for 20mm cannon barrels, pitot tube and photo-etch details. Decals for 3 aircraft: 210th Fighter Group, 1944-45; 653rd Fighter Group, 1944; Rabaul Fighter Group, 1943-44. Finished model may be stored in the kit packaging after assembly.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B000NNK0C2
  • UPC: 798256867200

09072 1/48 A6M5 Zero Fighter Type 52 Zeke

09072 1/48 A6M5 Zero Fighter Type 52

Highly detailed model kit includes waterslide decals and illustrated instructions. Decal options included: 203rd Naval Air Group, 303rd Fighter Squadron; and 302nd Naval Air Group, Atsugi AB, August 1945. Paint colors needed: Black, Red, Silver, Ija Green (Nakajima), Steel, Flat Black, IJN Gray, Red Brown, Wood Brown, Clear Red, Clear Blue, Metallic Blue Green, Orange Yellow, Burnt Iron, Cockpit Color (Nakajima), and Propeller Color.

  • Brand: Hasegawa
  • ASIN: B0006NGN48

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model 52 [Eienno Zero] (Plastic model)

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model 52 [Eienno Zero]

TAMIYA 25167 1/48 A6M5 Zero Zeke

  • Brand: Tamiya
  • ASIN: B00GFEXP9I

Hasegawa HST08245 1:32 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Type 52 Super Ace Model Kit

Hasegawa HST08245 1:32 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter

Tetsuzō iwamoto was a great and tragic figure of Japanese history. He was a fighter ace, frequently credited with 80+ victories in WWII plus more against China. This made him one of if not the highest-ranked Japanese pilots in terms of air kills. His skill with and mastery of the vaunted zero was recognized from his very first mission and he fought in numerous major battles. Incredibly, he survived the War. Unfortunately, peace is sometimes more brutal than War. Iwamoto died at 38 from septicemia after surgeons removed four of his ribs without anaesthetic. His last words were "I want to fly again". kit features new parts and decals for two iwamoto aircraft. Decal options: I.J.n. 253rd n.F.G. W.o. Tetsuzo iwamoto code: 53-104 Feb.,1944 I.J.n. 253rd n.F.G. W.o. Tetsuzo iwamoto code: 53-102 Jan.- Feb.,1944 kit features: parts: 137 HST08245 size: 285 x 344mm notes: regular item in 2017 + new main wing, cowling, machine gun panel, instrument panel, seat, drop tank etc

  • Brand: Hasegawa
  • ASIN: B01KV897UY

Mastercraft Collection A6M5 Zero Model Airplane Scale: 1/24

Mastercraft Collection A6M5 Zero Model Airplane Scale:

No other Japanese fighter is more infamous than the A6M5 Zero or “Reisen” during the height of World War II. This fighter aircraft was designed by Mitsubishi and co-produced with Nakajima. Development of the A6M5 Zero began in 1937, with more than 10,000 aircraft built in the period between 1939 and 1945. Its lightweight, minimal armor and non-self-sealing tanks allowed it to perform exceptionally in dogfights and other aircraft missions. The A6M5 Zero was the response of the two companies to the Japanese Navy requirement for a plane to replace the Mitsubishi A5M carrier fighter. The aircraft was first assigned to the 261st Japanese Naval Air Corps on the Japanese home island of Honshu. It then went on to fulfill air defense duties for Iwo Jima Island and was eventually reassigned to the islands of Saipan and Palau.

  • Brand: Mastercraft Collection, LLC
  • ASIN: B001ATD214
  • UPC: 080957652101

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model 52 [Eienno Zero]

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Model 52 [Eienno

TAMIYA 25168 1/72 A6M5 Zero Zeke

  • Brand: Tamiya
  • ASIN: B00GFEXP98
  • UPC: 885430577823

WTY72001001 1:72 Witty Wings A6M5 Zero Fighter (pre-painted/pre-built)

WTY72001001 1:72 Witty Wings A6M5 Zero Fighter

  • ASIN: B000UJ2KAE

1/48 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter 53-102 (Completed Model)

1/48 Scale Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter 53-102 (Completed

Japan Import.

  • Brand: Tamiya
  • ASIN: B002FL4PL2

Tamiya Models A6M3/3a Zero Fighter

Tamiya Models A6M3/3a Zero

Imperial Japanese Navy lightweight carrier fighter, Model 22 with 12m span and rounded wingtips. Kit features new tool parts (wing cellule, wingtips and 4 standing pilot figures), recessed panel lines, highly detailed cockpit, optional seated pilot, segmented canopy, full twin-row radial engine, optional open or closed cowl flaps, optional position wing flaps and wingtips, boxed-in wheel wells, separate rudder and ailerons, drop tank, canopy painting mask and photo-etch parts (wingtip ribs and folding mechanism). Decals and painting guide for 3 aircraft: 251st Naval Air Group, Solomons, May 1943; Iwakuni Naval Air Group, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Autumn 1943; Major Saburo Shindo's aircraft of the 582nd Naval Air Group, Buin, Bougainville, June 1943.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B003GALRZS
  • UPC: 760488176139

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M3/3a Zero Fighter Model 22 Building Kit

Tamiya Models Mitsubishi A6M3/3a Zero Fighter Model 22

Imperial Japanese Navy lightweight carrier fighter, Model 22 with 12m span and rounded wingtips. Kit features new tool for wings, surface detail, detailed cockpit, optional segmented canopy, one piece cowling, twin-row radial engine, boxed-in wheel wells and landing gear, 3-blade propellers with separate spinner and drop tank.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B00GFEXPB6

HASEGAWA 00452 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Type 52 (Zeke)

HASEGAWA 00452 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Type

HASEGAWA 00452 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter Type 52 (Zeke)

  • Brand: Hasegawa
  • ASIN: B0017TFOLI

Easy Model A6M5 Yokosuka Naval Wing, Yokosuka 1945 JG Saburo Sakai Building Kit

Easy Model A6M5 Yokosuka Naval Wing, Yokosuka 1945

36353 EM 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M Zero-Yokosuka Naval Wing

  • Brand: Easy Model
  • ASIN: B001896MTA

Tamiya Models Nakajima Ki-84 IA Type 4 Hayate Model Kit

Tamiya Models Nakajima Ki-84 IA Type 4 Hayate

A plane which since July 1932 the Nakajima Aircraft Mfg. Company had designed and manufactured for trial under the name of KI-84 was officially adopted in April 1944 by the Army as the Fighter Type 4 "Hayate" and the mass production was started. The number of the Hayate produced by the end of World War II totaled about 3,500 which ranks next to that of the Zero and the Hayabusa but is the largest in the Japanese aircraft history in view of the number produced in about a year. The performance of the Hayate was equal to, or higher than that of the Allies' fighters of those days. This was the first fighter worthy of the name having excellent speed (climbing ability), firepower and maneuverability that became available to the Army. Those days when Japan feared she might lose the command of the air even over Japan proper, the Hayate called "the Decisive fighter to turn the fate of the Greater East Asia" was accepted by fighter units with hopes as a new fighter to beat enemy combat planes. It made its first campaign over Central China as a member of the 22nd Air Flotilla.

  • Brand: Tamiya Models
  • ASIN: B000WN8EVM
  • UPC: 885915901426
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