Revell Germany 1/72 German Horten Go-229 Jet Fighter 04312
Revell Germany 1/72 German Horten Go-229 Jet Fighter 04312

By the end of World War II, the brothers Reimar and Walter Horten were two of the best-known designers of flying wing aircraft in Germany. They brought their experience in this field into a special unit which, as Sonderkommando 9, was responsible for the development of tailless all-wing aircraft. The development of the machine known as the Horten Ho IX, equipped with two BMW 003A-1 jet engines began in 1942. Whereas the first machines could only be made as gliders due to difficulties with the jet engine, the second prototype received a Jumo 004B-1 engine. In 1944 the V2 made its first flight reaching speeds of over 780 km/h. The production of the Horten was transferred to the Gothaer Waggonfabrik and the designation was changed to the Go 229. The first machine from the Gothaer Waggonfabrik, the Go 229 A-O V3 received a Jumo 004-C engine.

- Surface details with recessed panel lines
- Landing gear optionally extended or retracted
- Detailed nose and main undercarriage
- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
- Two 30 mm cannon
- Detailed imitation engine front and jet nozzle area

Decals for 2 versions:
- Horten IX/Go 229, JG400, Rote 13
- Horten IX/Go 229, JG400, Blaue 4

Age:10+

Number of parts:70

Length:105 mm

Wingspan:232 mm

Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

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Revell Germany 1/72 German Horten Go-229 Jet Fighter 04312

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By the end of World War II, the brothers Reimar and Walter Horten were two of the best-known designers of flying wing aircraft in Germany. They brought their experience in this field into a special unit which, as Sonderkommando 9, was responsible for the development of tailless all-wing aircraft. The development of the machine known as the Horten Ho IX, equipped with two BMW 003A-1 jet engines began in 1942. Whereas the first machines could only be made as gliders due to difficulties with the jet engine, the second prototype received a Jumo 004B-1 engine. In 1944 the V2 made its first flight reaching speeds of over 780 km/h. The production of the Horten was transferred to the Gothaer Waggonfabrik and the designation was changed to the Go 229. The first machine from the Gothaer Waggonfabrik, the Go 229 A-O V3 received a Jumo 004-C engine.

- Surface details with recessed panel lines
- Landing gear optionally extended or retracted
- Detailed nose and main undercarriage
- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
- Two 30 mm cannon
- Detailed imitation engine front and jet nozzle area

Decals for 2 versions:
- Horten IX/Go 229, JG400, Rote 13
- Horten IX/Go 229, JG400, Blaue 4

Age:10+

Number of parts:70

Length:105 mm

Wingspan:232 mm

Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

Be sure to check out our aircraft accessories, metal barrels, and seat belts!We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, VAT, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.

Check out our other items, and save on shipping! Place the items you wish to purchase in your cart and discounted shipping will be calculated at checkout.

Please complete all your shopping before checking out, we cannot combine shipping on separate orders.

Sorry, no shipping refunds can be given for combining separate orders.

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