WW2 German Luftwaffe Heinkel He 111 Bomber
Developed as a civilian aircraft earlier on due WW1 prohibitions imposed by the allies the Heinkel He 111 Bomber would later become known as a "wolf in sheep's clothing" due its extensive use as bomber during WW2.
The He 111 was fitted with x2 Junker Jumo inveretd V12 piston engines that gave it over 2600 horsepower and allowed it to reach speeds of 430km/h. The He 111 was also capable of carrying upto 3.8 tons of drop bombs or torpedos giving it a destructive capability for the Luftwaffe.
- 2257 pieces and instructions manual
- Internal crew space in the glass "greenhouse" and cockpit
- Adjustable flaps
- Retractable Landing Gear
- Bomb Bay
- Dimensions: 50cm length x 69cm width x 12cm height
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