Hasegawa - 1/72 Kyushu J7W1 18-Shi Shinden

Shinden made its first flight at the end of World War II, the end of the Pacific War, August 3, 1945, at the Kubota Airfield in Kyushu. This is a very unusually shaped aircraft with the wings in the back and a small wing, usually called the horizontal tail, in front of it. The engine is at the rear of the fuselage and the propeller is mounted backwards. This method, called Ente wings, can increase the hit rate by equipping the machine gun at the center of the fuselage because there is no propeller at the nose. In addition, the line of the aircraft becomes smooth and you can get high speed. Shinden was made to fight against long distance bombers such as B-29, but the war on August 15 was over and there was no activity at all.

The 1/72 scale is ideal for model Kyushu J7W1 18-Shi Shinden from Hasegawa is a military models and figurines! Features highly detailed, injection-molded grey plastic parts, a detailed cockpit with instrument panel and pilot, realistic landing gear and two waterslide decal marking options.

Leading brand of the Japanese model, including Hasegawa offers a wide range of aircraft models in 1/48 scale and 1/72 scale.

Features:
- Scale: 1/72
- Parts: 45 pcs
- L 5.27 x W6.02
- Item name: Kyushu J7W1 18-shi Shinden
- Accurate Scale Model
- Highly detailed model kit
- Detailed Instructions Provided
- May require assembly and painting
- Separately, tools, paint etc are necessary
- Type: Assembly Military Airforce
- Recommended age: From 14 yrs old
- Includes: Plastic sprue (Clear) , Plastic sprue, Decalsheet (waterslide)

(H00450)

SKU H00450
Barcode # 4967834014503
Brand Hasegawa
Scale 1/72
Material Plastic

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