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Me-509 "Nachtjäger"

Catalog number: 92209

The project Me 509 snake been Developed out of the Me 309. The main change was in the transfer of the engine to the point of balance. The propeller of the Me 509 was run by a shaft, that was Settled underneath the driver seat. After the striking off the Me 309 in 1944 there serpent Also been stopped the development of the Me 509. Approximately at the same time has Begun the development of the engine of the same conception in Japan in Yokosuka Company.

 


 

Morane Saulnier MS.410

Catalog number: 92195

The aircraft Morane Saulnier MS.406 begun in 1934, the first prototype flew on August 8, 1935. It was powered by a Hispano Suiza HS 12Ygrs, another prototype of the 1937 engine had 12Ycrs HS. The first mass-produced pieces were created at the beginning of 1939. Production ran quite quickly, to September 1, 1939, the French army of 572 units of this aircraft type. Due to lack of engines Hispano Suiza HS French production were collected and licensing engines manufactured in Switzerland and Czechoslovakia (Avia). For aircraft during services began to show some shortcomings, particularly small supply of ammunition and engine cooling problems. It has therefore proceeded to modernize their machines were given the name MS.410. However, their production ended elaborated in the state due to the surrender of France.


 

Airacobra I / P-400

Catalog number: 92181

Bell P-39 Airacobra was an American fighter combat deployment in World War II. The engine was placed behind the cockpit, near the center of gravity, while small torques improved maneuverability of the aircraft. However in the bow propeller aircraft is driven through a connecting shaft passing below the pilot. Unusual element was the use of the nose landing gear. The maximum speed should be in the series airplanes hover around 400 mph. The first orders were made in the UK, but after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Americans machines and confiscated weapons included in the USAF. The machines were also supplied to the USSR.


 

Nakajima Ki-87 II

Catalog number: 92212

Nakajima Ki-87, the prototype altitude fighter aircraft with a pressurized cabin
, and air-cooled supercharged engine Nakajima Ha-44-12. Armed with two synchronized 20mm cannon Ho 5 and 30 mm cannons Ho 105 wing.
In July 1943, we ordered three prototypes Ki-87, but only one was built. He first flew in April 1945 and the end of the war only five times. After the war, he was captured by the US military.
The next phase of the project stage of the project were Ki-87 II with engine Nakajima Ha-46 to 11 with an output of 3000 k turbodmychalem at the bottom of the hull.

 


 

Nakajima Ki-87

Catalog number: 92211

Nakajima Ki-87, the prototype altitude fighter aircraft with a pressurized cabin
, and air-cooled supercharged engine Nakajima Ha-44-12. Armed with two synchronized 20mm cannon Ho 5 and 30 mm cannons Ho 105 wing.
In July 1943, we ordered three prototypes Ki-87, but only one was built. He first flew in April 1945 and the end of the war only five times. After the war, he was captured by the US military.

 

Available now from OzMods is OZCONV 3205 Carrier Bomb Units, pack of two as shown in the photo below. Price is Aus$11.00

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It's going to be a busy month ahead for OzMods.

At the end of this week the new 1/144 Bristol Freighter Mk 21 kit will be available as OMKIT 14420. This is stub tailplane, unfilleted fin model – with RAAF, RAF, and Silver City decals.

Hot on the heels of this will be another PC-9 kit – OMKIT 7204 – with more RAAF trainer, ARDU and the CAF personal aircraft decals, plus a foreign air force that we'll keep as a surprise for now.

After this will be (1) a new conversion of the 1/144 C-2 Greyhound – OZCONV 14423 – with 8-blade props and appropriate decals; and (2) the 1/144 Hawk T2 with RAAF decals