Model Power #55651 ~ Fairy Swordfish



The first British Fairy Swordfish was flown on February 22, 1934. The land version of the Swordfish were 2-3 seat carrier based torpedo-bombers with reconnaissance capabilities. These planes were also retrofitted with floats for seal landings. A top speed of 139mph was archived with one Bristol Pegasus radial piston-engine. The twin-wing Swordfish had a wingspan of 45 1/2 feet and carried various machine guns, torpedoes and bombs. The last of these planes was disabled on May 21, 1945.
Scale 1/100; Superb die-cast plane with stand; Historically accurate collectible model; in original box.
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Model Power #53493 ~ Fokker DR.1

The Fokker DR. 1 served in the German Air Force during the 1st World War. This triplane gave the German Air Force great maneuverablility and had a high rate of climb. The Fokker Dr1’s greatest legacy was that of Manfred Von Richthofen, better known as the “Red Baron”. 
This plane had 110-hp engine, with a max speed of 103 mph. It carried two 7.92mm LMG 08/15 machine guns.
Scale 1/100 die-cast model of a rare triplane; historically accurate collectible; includes display stand; boxed.
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