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1/32 P-47N Thunderbolt

Manufactured by: Trumpeter Models

SKU: TR 02265
Price: AU$149.95
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    Product Description
    This is a plastic model kit, which comes unassembled and unpainted. So glue, model paints and other basic modelling tools are additionally required.

    P-47N was The final production model P-47, was produced solely for action in the Pacific. Its new wing had a span of 42 feet, 10 inches, an area of 322 square feet and squared-off wingtips. With additional internal fuel (as tested on the XP-47L), two 93-gallon drop tanks under the wings and a 100-gallon drop tank under the fuselage, the P-47N had a total fuel capacity of 1,266 gallons and a range of 2,350 miles, which was enough to permit it to escort B-29s to Japan in the last months of the War. The P-47N was power With a 2,800hp R-2800 engine, It had a gross weight of 20,700 pounds and a high speed of 467mph at 32,500 feet. Republic built total 1,667 P-47Ns example .An order for a further 5,934 planes was canceled. The P-47 was retired as a first-line fighter right after the War, but bubble-canopy P-47Ds and P-47Ns stayed in the reserved training squadrons until 1955.

    Scale: 1:32
    Item Type Static kit
    Model Brief: Length: 347.2mm Wingspan: 407.55mm
    Total Parts: 465pcs
    Photo Etched Parts: 1pcs for seat belt
    Total Sprues: 18 sprues, 3 tyres in rubber, 1 clear cowling

    Paint Schemes:
    1) P-47N(44-88211), flown by Lt.Oscar F.Perdomo, at Le Shima, August 1945
    2) P-47N, 333rd Fighter Squadron, 7 Air Force, 1945

    • Manufactured by: Trumpeter Models
    • SKU: TR 02265
    • Package Weight: 1050g
    • 1 Units in Stock
    • Code: [L-03R-1]

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