The Homeland Defense's last weapon!
May 1942. In order to intercept the strategic bombers coming from the enemy, the German Air Ministry required for the near future a "special high-altitude fighter" which specifications should be a pressurized cockpit and the capability to fly over 13,000m.
As a response to this request, the Focke-Wulf Company developed as an improved model of the already fighting masterpiece Fw 190 the ultimate jet-fighter, proud to fly over 10,000m at a high speed of 750km/h, and equipped with a liquid-cooled engine back and forth, a long fuselage and long, as wide, wings. The first prototype came out in August 1943. During the last days of the Great War, the "Ta 152", ultimate reciprocating jet fighter demanded for the Homeland Defense, was finally born.
Product Specifications: Plastic Model Kits
Total Parts: 182
*Glue is required for assembly.
*The item pictured is a sample. Please understand the items included may change and the actual product may vary.