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Aichi VAL - B1 211 Mahogany Display Model 

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TG-WOW052
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Thomas Gunn 1:30 WOW052
Aichi VAL - B1 211 Mahogany Display Model
Scale:
1:30
Length:
13.5"
Width:
19"
Composition:
Mahogany
SKU:
TG-WOW052


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**ONLY ONE LEFT! THIS ITEM IS NO LONGER IN PRODUCTION.**

LIMITED-EDITION RUN: ONLY 5 PLANES MADE WORLDWIDE

* Includes TG-RS041A and TG-RS041B figures!

The Aichi D3A, (Allied reporting name "Val") was a World War II carrier-borne dive bomber. It was the primary dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and participated in almost all IJN actions, including the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Aichi D3A was the first Japanese aircraft to bomb American targets in the war, commencing with Pearl Harbor and U.S. bases in the Philippines, such as Clark Air Force Base. Vals sank more Allied warships than any other Axis aircraft, despite being considered obsolescent when the war started. 

Info: Aichi VAL - B1 211 Mahogany Display Model - Comes free with the 2 sentries pictured (RS041A and RS041B)


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  1. Beautiful Val Dive bomber 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jan 2019

    Just received this model and I love it.
    The much discussed panel lines in desktop models, for my tastes get a nice combination on this Val. Black on the very light gray finish and gray on the black cowlings. As with other TGM desltop models and for me what sets these apart is the beautiful "clear glass" canopy. Old models with painted canopies, can't compare. The clear canopy shows a nice interior in the appropriate colors. On this particular type, the fixed landing gear is also a big plus for me as in either on land or "flying" the model looks prototypical. A nice labeled stand is included as are two nice TGM infantrymen. Highly recommended model of a type that probably was outdated by the time WWII began, but was a very effective carrier based dive bomber.