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Autore: Alessandro
Focke Wulf Fw 190A-6 Quick Set 3D Acrylic Instrument Panel Red Fox Studio 

Focke Wulf Fw 190A-6 Quick Set 3D Acrylic Instrument Panel Red Fox Studio 

Item number: RFSQS-32092

The product is suitable for upgrading model aircraft cockpits. It has a plastic, non-flat surface with a 3D effect. It is best glued with cyanoacrylate, but PVA or other glues can also be used. The product can be washed with both oil-based and acrylic paints and moderately ester-based paints. It can also be minimally bent or sanded.
Scale: 1/32
Recommended maker: Hasegawa

The Focke-Wulf Fw 190, also known as Würger (German Shrike), was a single-seat, single-engine and low-wing monoplane fighter and fighter-bomber aircraft, developed by the German aeronautical company Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau GmbH in the 1930s and used by Luftwaffe during the Second World War. At the time of its entry into service, in 1941, it was, in the opinion of some authors, the most advanced fighter in the world[4]. Faster than the Spitfire, its roll speed was exceptional. One of its defects concerned the tendency to stall without warning during high-g turns due to the elastic deformation of the wingtips, with consequent overturning and entering a spin which was difficult to remedy if the altitude was too low.

It was subjected to continuous developments and improvements which allowed it to remain competitive with the most modern Allied aircraft until Germany’s surrender in May 1945.It was generally considered by pilots to be superior to the other main German fighter, the Messerschmitt Bf 109.

In dozens of versions, the Fw 190 was built in 13,367 examples as an interceptor and in 6,634 as a fighter-bomber and distinguished itself on all fronts. It was equipped with both radial and inline engines.