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Mitsubishi A6M Zero Fighter Aircraft Green "Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service" with Runway Section Diecast Model Airplane by Runway24

Mitsubishi A6M Zero Fighter Aircraft Green "Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service" with Runway Section Diecast Model Airplane by Runway24

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  • Brand new diecast airplane model of Mitsubishi A6M Zero Fighter Aircraft Green "Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service" with Runway Section die cast model by Runway24.
  • Brand new box.
  • Detailed exterior.
  • Comes in a blister pack.
  • This model does not have any openings.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Includes 7.25 inch long runway strip for display.
  • Dimensions approximately L-3, Wingspan-3.75 inches.
  • Comes with a flexible rubber runway section that can be used together with other Runway24 sets to create your own airport.
  • HISTORY ASPECTS:The Mitsubishi A6M Zero, commonly known as the Japanese Zero, stands as an iconic symbol of Japanese aviation during World War II. Developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, the Zero was a lightweight, long-range fighter aircraft that exhibited exceptional agility and performance. Its maiden flight took place in April 1939, and it quickly became the mainstay of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service.Powered by the Nakajima Sakae engine, the A6M Zero showcased remarkable range and maneuverability. Its lightweight construction, including a frame made from aluminum alloy and a fabric-covered wing, contributed to its agility in aerial combat. Armed with a combination of machine guns and cannons, the Zero was a formidable adversary in dogfights. Its exceptional performance, particularly in the early stages of the Pacific War, earned it a reputation as one of the most capable carrier-based fighters of its time.The Japanese Zero played a significant role in various conflicts, most notably in the Pacific Theater during World War II. It participated in the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 and contributed to early Japanese successes in the Pacific. However, as the war progressed, advancements in Allied aircraft and tactics diminished the Zero's dominance. Despite this, it continued to serve in various roles until the end of the war.Now, aviation enthusiasts and collectors have the opportunity to own a finely detailed diecast model. This collectible pays homage to the historical significance of the aircraft, capturing its sleek design and authentic markings. For those fascinated by the aerial battles of World War II and the legacy of Japanese aviation, this replica is a fitting tribute to the iconic A6M Zero.
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