WW2 Japanese Kyūshū J7W Shinden Fighter
The Magnificent lightning fighter began development in 1943 after Commander Masayoshi Tsuruno of the Imperial Japanese Navy suggest a radical design like the Shinden could be effective in intercepting B-29 Superfortress bombing raids.
Its radical design of placing wings in the rear of the fuselage intended to give it better air manoeuvrability and ability to upgrade to a more powerful engine.
Despite the promise only 2 prototypes were ever built and none ever saw combat.
- 207 pieces and instructions manual
- x 1 figure
- Cockpit compartment
- Dimensions: 18cm length x 12cm width
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