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  • 48009 Messerschmitt Me P.1101 40,73 € 26%

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    48009 Messerschmitt Me P.1101

    The Messerschmitt P.1101 was commissioned by OKL in the summer of 1944 and was the first aircraft in the world to have variable wing geometry. It could only be built on the ground at a yaw angle of 35° to 45°.

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    30,14 €

    40,73 € Discount 10,59 €

  • 94017 Bücker 131 Romania 22,63 € 26%

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    94017 Bücker 131 Romania

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 94015 Bücker 131 A/B 24 Schule Olomouc 22,63 € 26%

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    94015 Bücker 131 A/B 24 Schule Olomouc

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 92283 Zlín Z-XIII "double kit" 22,63 € 26%

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    92283 Zlín Z-XIII "double kit"

    Zlín Z-XIII byl československý celodřevěný jednomístný dolnoplošník z druhé poloviny 30. let 20. století. Jeho vývoj byl předčasně ukončen a vyroben byl pouze jeden prototyp. Ten nyní vlastní Národní technické muzeum v Praze.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 92287 Heinkel He-46C 25,92 € 26%

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    92287 Heinkel He-46C

    The Heinkel He 46 was a German World War II-era monoplane designed in 1931 for the close reconnaissance and army co-operation roles. While it served with the Luftwaffe's front-line units only briefly at the start of World War II, the He 46 served as late as 1943 as a nighttime nuisance bomber and with the Hungarian Air Force.

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    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 92286 Heinkel He-46C 25,92 € 26%

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    92286 Heinkel He-46C

    The Heinkel He 46 was a German World War II-era monoplane designed in 1931 for the close reconnaissance and army co-operation roles. While it served with the Luftwaffe's front-line units only briefly at the start of World War II, the He 46 served as late as 1943 as a nighttime nuisance bomber and with the Hungarian Air Force.

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    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 92285 Heinkel He-46 E-2Un 25,92 € 26%

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    92285 Heinkel He-46 E-2Un

    The Heinkel He 46 was a German World War II-era monoplane designed in 1931 for the close reconnaissance and army co-operation roles. While it served with the Luftwaffe's front-line units only briefly at the start of World War II, the He 46 served as late as 1943 as a nighttime nuisance bomber and with the Hungarian Air Force.

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    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 92284 Heinkel He-46C "Nachtschlacht" 25,92 € 26%

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    92284 Heinkel He-46C "Nachtschlacht"

    The Heinkel He 46 was a German World War II-era monoplane designed in 1931 for the close reconnaissance and army co-operation roles. While it served with the Luftwaffe's front-line units only briefly at the start of World War II, the He 46 served as late as 1943 as a nighttime nuisance bomber and with the Hungarian Air Force.

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    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 92282 Kawasaki Ki-60 19,34 € 26%

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    92282 Kawasaki Ki-60

    The Ki-60 fighter was supposed to be fast and armed with cannons and large-calibre machine guns, it was also supposed to climb agilely, but it paid for all this with insufficient range and agility. The development team was led by Takeo Doi and his assistant Shin Owada, but all received less than favorable references from test pilots flying the first Ki-60 prototype since March 1941.

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    14,31 €

    19,34 € Discount 5,03 €

  • 92281 Dornier Do 22 43,20 € 26%

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    92281 Dornier Do 22

    The Dornier Do 22 was a German seaplane developed in the 1930s. Despite its good performance, it was built only in small numbers and exclusively for the export market. This type was operated in World War II in Greece, Yugoslavia and Finland.

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    31,97 €

    43,20 € Discount 11,23 €

  • 92280 P-38G Lightning 25,92 € 26%

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    92280 P-38G Lightning

    The Lockheed P-38 Lightning was a single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber aircraft that was considered one of the finest Allied fighting machines during World War II. It was deployed in combat in both Europe and the Pacific. The twin-tail aircraft was fast, heavily armed and very versatile.

    Temporarily unavailable

    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 92279 Nakajima Ki-201 "Karyu" 22,63 € 26%

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    92279 Nakajima Ki-201 "Karyu"

    The Nakajima Ki-201 "Karyu" was a Japanese jet fighter project designed during the final stages of World War II, but never completed. The Nakajima Kikka was inspired by the successful German Messerschmitt Me 262, but similarities to that aircraft were limited to the general configuration.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 92278 F-5A Lightning 25,92 € 26%

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    92278 F-5A Lightning

    F-5 Photo Lightnings were based on the P-38G and later models. It was the most numerous version of the Photo Lightning and one of the most important PR aircraft of World War II.

    Temporarily unavailable

    19,18 €

    25,92 € Discount 6,74 €

  • 94013 Aero C-104 22,63 € 26%

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    94013 Aero C-104

    The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat biplane trainer used during World War II. The aircraft was designed by Swedish-born designer Ing. Anders J. Anderson, who led all design work at Bücker until 1939.

    In stock

    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 94012 Praga E-241 22,63 € 26%

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    94012 Praga E-241

    In the mid-1930s, the Praga BH-41 was the follow-on aircraft. However, there were no engines for the construction of other aircraft, so the aircraft was modernized and the ZOD-260 diesel engine was used. The aircraft flew under the designation Praga E-141.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

  • 94011 Aero A-101 22,63 € 26%

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    94011 Aero A-101

    The Aero A-101 was a Czechoslovakian bomber biplane that was developed from the Aero A-100. The type was in service with the Czechoslovak Air Force from January 1936, after a year of service the aircraft were sold to Spain, where they were deployed by both belligerents in the Civil War.

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    16,74 €

    22,63 € Discount 5,88 €

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