Hasegawa JT96 19196 Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero Pete Model 11 1/48 Scale Model Kit
DescriptionThe JT96 Japanese Navy Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero Observation Seaplane Model 11 is one of the best looking float planes ever built. Hasegawa has created a fantastically engineered piece with this model. It has an excellent fit and an overall design that ensures that it will be both easy and nearly impossible to misalign. An extremely neat kit to build and add to your collection.
The Mitsubishi F1M (Allied reporting name "Pete") was a Japanese reconnaissance floatplane of World War II. It was the last biplane type of the Imperial Japanese Navy, with 1,118 built between 1936 and 1944. The Navy designation was "Type Zero Observation Seaplane", not to be confused with the Type Zero Carrier Fighter or the Type Zero Reconnaissance Seaplane.
- Hasegawa JT96 Japanese Navy Mitsubishi F1M2 Type Zero Observation Seaplane 1/48 Scale Model Assembly Kit
- Approximate Dimension : 36.3 x 19.2 x 7.2 cm
- Highly detailed plastic pieces
- Limited edition
- Assembly required
- Hobby knife (rmx886909)
- Cement for plastics (tes3512)
- Sprue cutters (hcahcar0630)
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