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Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72

Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
Focke-Wulf 190A-8 72-487 Scale 1/72
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  • Stock: 2
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  • Weight: 12.00g
  • SKU: 1192
  • UPC: 950247886198
  • MPN: 72-487
190 samples sold
£15.99
Ex Tax: £15.99
1. FW 190A-8; Black 11. Lt Günther Heym; JG 51; Zichenau Airfield; Summer / Fall 1944. 74/75/76.  The name “TANJA” is blow the cockpit.

2. FW190A-8 'Blue 8 + o', flown by Uftz. Dietrich of 12/JG 5 “Eismeer”. The name "Erika" was carried under the cockpit, Herdla airfield (Norway), April 1945.

3. FW 190A-8 W.Nr 175140, 6 + – (Brown outlined in black), of 7/JG 26 found in September 1944 at Melsbroek field, Belgium. RLM 75/83/76 camouflage.

4. FW 190A-8 of 13/JG 54, France, Summer of 1944, RLM 74/75/76.

5. FW 190 A-8 'Red 1 + I' of Lt. Hans Dortenmann, Staffelkapitän of 2./J.G. 54, France, June 1944.

6. FW 190A-8/R8 of Sturmstaffel 1, pilot: Uffz, Oskar Bösch, Salzwedel field, Germany, February 1944. RLM 74/75/76.

7. FW 190A-8. Commander of JG 300. Maj. Walther Dahl. RLM 75/83/76. Jüteborg, December 1944.

8. FW 190A-8 of ll/JG 300, Löbnitz field, Fall of 1944. The entire fuselage and wing bottom surfaces are painted with the RLM 77 primer, top surfaces are RLM 74/75. Rudder and ailerons RLM 76.

9. Focke Wulf Fw 190F8 1.SG4. RLM 79/80/76. White 11 unknown pilot Italy 1944.

10. FW 190A-8 of ll/JG301. Spring of 1945. RLM 75/83/76 Rudder mottled in RLM 81.

11. FW 190A-8 from 3/KG 51. “Edelweiss” was the first Kampfgeschwader to convert to the Me 262 jet aircraft. This Anton, fitted with a rounded canopy and found at Bad  Aibling (Germany) in May 1945, was probably part of a protection squadron for the  jets in the same unit. The KG 51 fuselage code 9K has been painted in front of the cross in small letters, like on a bomber, and the individual number is large, as was the custom in fighter units.
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