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HBB81702 1/48 Focke Wulf Ta 152 C-1

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HBB81702 1/48 Focke Wulf Ta 152 C-1
Product Code: HBB81702
Brand: Hobbyboss
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The Fw190 first went into service in the summer of 1941. It proved to be much better than the RAF's Spitfire Mk V and soon became known as the Butcher Bird. Early versions suffered from overheating problems, which weren't completely rectified until later models. The Jabo versions were fitted as fighter bombers and could carry 250kg or 500kg bombs under the fuselage.

The D series were interim fighters used as a stop gap measure while the superior Ta152 was being developed. The main difference was that they were powered by a Jumo inverted V-12 engine with annular radiator, instead of the BMW 801 Radial. Performance was greatly enhanced and they were able (with a good pilot) hold their own against the likes of the Mustang and Spitfire XIV. 

Following on from the Fw190D series the Ta152 was set to be the ultimate in German single seat piston engined fighters.

They were built in 3 versions;  
the H was the high altitude version with the Jumo engine from the Fw190D, the engine being fitted with extra boosting systems, and a long wing span. This was the fastest version with a top speed of around 475 mph.
The C was a low to medium altitude fighter and fighter bomber. It was powered by a 2100hp DB603 inverted V12 engine and heavily armed with one 30mm cannon and four 20mm cannons. This made it a formidable bomber destroyer and also meant it only needed a few hits to down enemy fighters.
The final version was the E, which was a photo recon variant of the C. Like many German advanced weapons, only a handful ever saw service and therefore were unable to turn the tide of the war.

Hobby Boss are a Chinese company and are often affiliated with Trumpeter. Hobby Boss kits are generally well engineered with a high standard of detail.

The Ta152 is no exception, is also comes with a small etch fret which includes the seatbelts and a few other parts. There are markings for 1 plane.