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"TAMIYA Aircraft Series" Fighter aircraft of Britain

TAMIYA 1/48 Scale AIRCRAFT SERIES collected the plastic model kits of the fighter of a British Air Force.

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TAMIYA "AVRO LANCASTER B Mk.I/III" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.105
Fearless Nighttime Bomber
The Avro Lancaster was one of the RAF's main heavy bombers during the WWII. The prototype flew in January 1941 which featured 4 Rolls-Royce Merlin engines on its wings. The Lancaster had a 10m long bomb bay which took up nearly half the length of its fuselage, and coupled with its strong airframe, this enabled the Lancaster to carry bombs up to 9,856kg in weight.

TAMIYA "Fairey Swordfish MK.II" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.99
Protector of the Convoys
Famous for such feats as the night attack on the Italian fleet at Taranto and damaging the German battleship Bismarck, the British Royal Navy's Swordfish torpedo plane was assigned to the less glamorous, but still vital role of anti-submarine hunter from the latter half of WWII.

TAMIYA "Brewster B-339 Buffalo" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.94
About the Brewster B-339 Buffalo Pacific Theater
The Buffalo was first developed in 1935 as a U.S. Navy carrier based fighter. Featuring a modern mid-wing monoplane design with enclosed cockpit and retractable landing gear the first mass produced Buffalo was designated F2A-1, which was shortly followed by the improved F2A-2. Based on the U.S. Navy Buffalo, the B-339 Buffalo was for export only and was fitted with an export approved 1,100hp Wright Cyclone engine and redesigned for land use with navy equipment such as life raft and arrestor hook removed.

TAMIYA "Gloster Meteor F.3" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.83

TAMIYA "Fairey Swordfish Mk.I / Clear Edition" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.79
About the Fairey Swordfish Mk. I
On Nov. 11, 1940, Fairey Swordfish Mk. I torpedo-bombers made a surprise attack that delivered a crippling blow to the Italian Fleet at Taranto Port. The Swordfish later contributed in missions such as the sinking of the German battleship Bismark, becoming the British Royal Navy's main torpedo-bomber during World War II.

TAMIYA "De Havilland Mosquito NF Mk.XIII/XVII" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.75
About the De Havilland Mosquito NF Mk.XIII/XVII
It was 1944. The Allied Air Force continued to rain bombs down on Germany with devastating power. In retaliation, the Luftwaffe hatched the Steinbock attack, a series of full-scale night bombing raids over London and the English mainland, that would involve over 400 bombers such as the Junkers 88, Dornier 217, and Heinkel 177.

TAMIYA "Fairey Swordfish Floatplane" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.71

About the Fairey Swordfish Floatplane
Serving on many battleships and destroyers of the Royal Navy during WWII, the Fairey Swordfish Mk. I Floatplane flew as the eyes of the British fleet. This stalwart warbird now makes its appearance as the first waterborne biplane of the 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series.

TAMIYA "Fairey Swordfish Bracing Wire Set" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.69

TAMIYA "Bristol Beaufighter TF.Mk.X" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.67
About the Bristol Beaufighter TF.Mk.X
Making use of its sturdy construction and ample weaponry, the RAF's multipurpose Bristol Beaufighter fulfilled a wide variety of duties throughout World War II. At first, these planes showed their effectiveness as night interceptors, until that duty was passed on to the faster Mosquito. The Beaufighter's main role became ground attack and anti-shipping strike.

TAMIYA "De Havilland Mosquito B Mk.IV/PR Mk.IV" 1/48 Scale Aircraft Series

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TAMIYA 1/48 Aircraft Series No.66
About the De Havilland Mosquito B Mk.IV/PR Mk.IV
The versatile Mosquito stood with the Spitfire fighter and Lancaster bomber and earned the respect of British pilots during World War II. In 1939, the De Havilland company envisioned the plane to be an unarmed high-speed bomber, and had experience with the Comet, which was a wooden racing plane.