CHANCE VOUGHT F4U CORSAIR XF4U 1, F4U 1, F4U 1A, F4U 2 (+ Mask Foils Free).

In February 1938, the United States Navy opened a competition for a new fighter. His maximum speed and operational ceiling were to exceed all the machines that the American aviation had at the time. Among others, the Chance Vought company entered the competition. The Corsair was designed by a team of engineers led by Rex Beisel, the company’s chief constructor. The prototype XF4U-1 was flown on May 29, 1940. The Corsair was powered by an eighteen-cylinder Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp. That was the largest and the most powerful radial engine ever installed in a single-seat front fighter.

- 20 pages

- 10 color profiles

- Model drawings in scales: 1:48, 1:, 72

CHANCE VOUGHT F4U CORSAIR XF4U 1, F4U 1, F4U 1A, F4U 2 (+ Mask Foils Free).

19,13 €
Cantidad

39524

Ficha técnica

Tipo
Libro
Autor
Maciej Noszczak
Idioma
Polsky
Idioma
English
Páginas
20
Tapas
Blandas
Serie
TopDrawings
# serie
53
Entrega
Disponible habitualmente
Año
2019

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