HA1440 Hobbymaster Douglas A-4K Skyhawk “Lizard Scheme” NZ6201, 2 Squadron, RNZAF, New Zealand, 1987

£67.99 (incl VAT)

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HA1440 Hobbymaster Douglas A-4K Skyhawk “Lizard Scheme” NZ6201, 2 Squadron, RNZAF, New Zealand, 1987

PRICE: £67.99 incl VAT (RRP £91.00, SAVING £23.01)

THIS IS A PRE-ORDER MODEL

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New to pre-order. Worldwide limited edition only 500 pieces.
Hobbymaster 1/72nd scale
HA1440
Douglas A-4K Skyhawk
"Lizard Scheme" NZ6201
2 Squadron
RNZAF
New Zealand
1987

RRP £91.00

Model Description

Hobbymaster 1/72nd scale HA1440 Douglas A-4K Skyhawk “Lizard Scheme” NZ6201, 2 Squadron, RNZAF, New Zealand, 1987. Buy online at at Flying Tigers.

 

The A-4 Skyhawk was designed by Ed Heinemann from the Douglas Aircraft Corporation and first flew in 1954. Designed as a lightweight single engine attack aircraft it was consider by many to be the most famous ever built in this category. The A-4 was the pioneer of the “buddy” air-to-air refueling concept where aircraft of the same type could transfer fuel from one to the other without the use of a dedicated tanker. . A total of 2,960 A-4 aircraft were produced with the USMC retiring the last one in 1996.

RRP £91.00

Weight 650 g
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Model Code: HA1440

Model categories:
1/72nd scale Military Jet Aircraft, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, Future Hobbymaster models -all scales, Future Military Model Releases, HobbyMaster Aviation, Military Aviation

Weight 650 g
Manufacturer

Model Type

Scale

Historical Era

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