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"TAMIYA Military Miniature Collection" Finished Model, Aircraft
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1/48 Aircraft "F4U-1 Corsair" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.40

1/48 Aircraft "FIESELER Fi156C STORCH" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.73
The Trusty Stork
The Storch had the incredible ability to successfully land, with a light headwind, at acute angles and within 20m on a variety of terrain. Throughout WWII, no other aircraft had the same marvelous short take-off and landing (STOL) abilities as the Fieseler Fi156C. It was often used in reconnaissance and communication roles, and could be seen on every front seving as the eyes for the German army.

1/48 Aircraft "HEINKEL He162 A-2 SALAMANDER" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.72
A Style of its Own
As desperation set in the German forces late in WWII, a call for new lightweight, inexpensive, using single jets, and of course easy to fly planes went out in September 1944. It took an amazing short period of time only 3 months from the very first designs to the first flight of the prototype Heinkel He162.

1/48 Aircraft "Messerschmitt Me262 A-1a Clear Edition" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.21

About the TAMIYA 1/48 Scale Masterwork Collection Messerschmitt Me262 A-1a Clear Edition
As introduced at the 2004 Shizuoka Hobby Show, Tamiya released the Messerschmitt Me262 A-1a Clear Edition model to the Masterwork Collection lineup. The Messerschmitt is our first aircraft, and our first clear parts model to be introduced to the Masterwork series.

1/48 Aircraft "Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero Fighter Type 22 Iwakuni Naval Air Group" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.92
The Most Balanced of the Zeroes
The A6M3 Model 22 was an improved variant of the Zero which followed the A6M2 Model 21 and A6M3 Model 32 and it first saw action in the skies over the Solomon Islands in early 1943.

1/48 Aircraft "Mitsubishi A6M3a Zero Fighter 582nd Naval Air Group" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.93
Scourge of the Solomons
The A6M3 Model 22 was an improved variant of the Zero which followed the A6M2 Model 21 and A6M3 Model 32 and it first saw action in the skies over the Solomon Islands in early 1943.

1/48 Aircraft "MITSUBISHI A6M5 ZERO FIGHTER 53-102" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.75

1/48 Aircraft "MITSUBISHI A6M5a ZERO FIGHTER ÖD-126" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.74

1/48 Aircraft "Mitsubishi G4M Model 11 Kanoya Naval Air Group (Semi-Assembled Model)" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.81
Fearsome Attack Bomber
At the Battle of Malaya in December 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy's land-based attack bomber, the Mitsubishi G4M, was the first ever aircraft in the naval battle history to sink enemy capital ships by means of aerial attack only.

1/48 Aircraft "Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback" (Finished Model)

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TAMIYA Masterwork Collection No.34
About the Razorback On the Loose / Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback
The P-47 was developed to fill the need for a fighter capable of escorting Allied bombers on missions to Germany. The first single-seat fighter to be equipped with a supercharger, the Thunderbolt could fly at the same high altitude as the B-17 and B-24 bombers.