This is a Hobby People Mitsubishi A6M Zero EP Receiver-Ready w/Retracts. No Japanese WWII figher is more well-known than the Mitsubishi A6M Zero. Active throughout WWII, it was considered the most capable carrier-based fighter in the world. And, with its wide gear stance and low wing loading, it was one of the easiest to fly. The Hobby People A6M Zero EP retains those great flight characteristics in a 1/12th scale flying model that is fun and exciting to fly.
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The most numerous version of the Mustang family was the P-51D with over 7,956 being manufactured. Powered by a single 1,590hb Packard/Merlin V-1650-7 liquid cooled 12 cylinder engine making possible a maximum speed of 448 mph. The 78th fighter Group's most colorful P-51D was assigned to their last wartime group Commander, Lt. Col. John D. Lander. His aircraft was called Big Beautiful Doll.
Introduced in 1959, the Peterbilt Cabover 352 with tilting cab was designed as a replacement for the non-tilting 351 cabover. The 352's "Panoramic Saf-T-Cab" was constructed from hand-tooled UniLite. Available cab sizes ranged from 54 in. (1,372 mm) to 110 in. (2,794 mm) from the bumper to the back of the cab (BBC).
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