Aichi D3A Val Model Scale:1/47

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The perfect gift for any space aircraft lover, aviation enthusiast, history buff, military personnel, or collector.

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Equipped with Nakajima Hikari 710 horsepower engines, the initial prototype of the Aichi D3a Val was accomplished in December 1937; it had its maiden flight in 1938. During the attack on Pearl Harbor on the 7th of December 1941, there were 126 D3As used. The aircraft was sometimes used as a fighter aircraft because of its agile features. Compared with any other aircraft model, the D3A successfully sank the most number of Allied navy ships.

Scale: Scale: 1/47
Length: 8.5
Wingspan (in):12

The perfect gift for any aviation enthusiast, history buff, military personnel, or collector.
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SKU MC_NC10332
Product length 9
Product Width No
Product height 16
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