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VJ101C-X1 Supersonic-Capable VTOL Fighter (A&A Models AAM7203)

VJ101C-X1 Supersonic-Capable VTOL Fighter  AAM7203
VJ101C-X1 Supersonic-Capable VTOL Fighter (A&A Models AAM7203)
€ 24.75
EU: incl. tax € 29.95
Specifications
Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Scale:1 : 72
ISBN/Box:AAM7203
Publisher/Brand:A&A Models
Version:Injection
Availability:only 2 remaining

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Product description

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box AAM7203, Publisher/Brand A&A Models, Version Injection

In 1959 the design teams of the German companies Bolkow, Heinkel and Messerschmitt were formed into a consortium named Entwicklungsring Sud to develop a Mach 2 VTOL interceptor for the Federal German defence ministry. Heinkel left the consortium in 1964 and in the following year it was re-formed as a company with the title Entwicklungsring Sud GmbH, known more usually as EWR.Two prototypes of the EWR VJ 101C single-seat experimental VTOL aircraft were built. Generally similar, they were both of high-wing monoplane configuration, primarily of light alloy construction, had retractable tricycle landing gear and accommodated the pilot in a pressurised cockpit, seated on a Martin-Baker ejection seat. Powerplant comprised six RB.145 turbojets, developed jointly by Rolls-Royce and MAN-Turbomotoren, with two mounted vertically in the fuselage, immediately aft of the cockpit, and two in a swivelling pod at each wingtip.

Kit includes
107 pcs.
photo-etched sheet;
adhesive masks;
2 camouflage ( during tests)



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