WW2 USAF/N F4U Corsair Fighter Bomber
The F4U Corsair mostly operated as a carrier based aircraft. First entering service in late 1944 it quickly earned a fierce reputation. Many Japanese officers and pilots regarded it as the most formidable aircraft of the US Air force.
Capable of going head to head against the Japanese Zero Fighter. This agile plane was widely successful in changing the status of the aerial war over the pacific during WW2 and even the Korean war later on.
When the USAF finally retired the aircraft in 1953 over 12000 F4U had been produced. Despite this it continued seeing service with the last ever recorded combat occurring in 1969 when a Hondorian F4U shot down three aircraft of the Salvadorian airforce.
- 550 pieces and instructions manual
- x 1 Pilot Figure
- Folding wings
- Cockpit space
- Dimensions: 29cm Length 1:35 Fig ratio
- 698 pieces and instructions manual
- x 1 Figure
- Adjustable wings
- Cockpit can open and close
- Space for 1 Figure in Plane
- Dimensions: 28cm length x 32cm width x 11.5cm height
All figures and brick parts are made using high quality premium durable BPA Plastic components for excellent compatible bricks.