World War II Fighter Planes

WWII 1:285/6mm Scale



Unpainted 1/285th Scale Micro Armour®

PER PACK: 3 Fighter Planes (1 each of the popular WWII fighters pictured above.)

North American Aviation P51B Mustang
Originally ordered for use with the RAF as a long-range escort fighter, it only took 117 days to go from conception to test flight of the first P-51! Once paired with the Merlin engine, Mustangs served across theatres where US planes fought; most renowned for escorting missions from England to Berlin and beyond, then returning to base. Most were armed with 8 x 50 caliber machineguns. The last P-51s were built in the late 1960s as two-seater forward air control craft.

Supermarine Spitfire V
One of the most famous and storied single-seat fighters in world history, the first "mark" of Spitfire was ordered for service with the Royal Air Force in 1936. By war's end 20,334 Spitfires served against the Axis powers. An additional 2,556 modified "Seafires" went to the Royal Navy as carrier-based fighters. This model shows the Mark V, the primary fighter version used during the "Battle of Britain" period of the war. Nearly 6,500 Mark Vs were built!

Fock Wulf 190
When the FW-190 first appeared in service in 1941, it outperformed every plane in the Allied arsenal. It was faster, more agile, better armed and armoured than any of its opponents. As the war progressed, everything about the plane was upgraded: more guns, better protection, and faster performance. Over 40 different production versions served as fighters, dive bombers, ground attack planes, even bombers! 20,051 FW-190s were built for the German Luftwaffe, with an additional 64 by SNCASO in France.

Product Attributes

  • Era:WWII
  • Scale:1:285/6mm Scale

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