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1/72 Me262A-1a "White 3" "Fhr. Hans-Guido Mutke", 9./JG 7, 1945

Product Description

Dragon Wings Warbirds 50186 - 1/72 Me262A-1a "White 3" "Fhr. Hans-Guido Mutke", 9./JG 7, 1945

This fully detailed and pre-painted model features the Me262 A-1a of 9./JG7 and was flown by Fhr. Hans-Guido Mutke in 1945.

Main Features:

  • 1/72 Authentic Scale
  • High Quality Diecast Metal
  • Historically Accurate
  • Removable Weapons
  • Detailed Cockpits
  • Opening/Closed Canopy option (Two canopies included!)
  • Pre-assembled
  • Display In Flight or In Landing Mode
  • Approximate dimensions: 5.79"L x 6.83"W x 2.1"H

About Hans-Guido Mutke:
Dr. Hans Guido Mutke (March 25, 1921 in Neisse – April 8, 2004 in Munich, Germany) was a fighter pilot for the German Luftwaffe during World War II. He claimed to be the first person to break the sound barrier and to achieve supersonic flight, although this claim is disputed.

After the war he worked as an airline pilot and as a doctor for aviation medicine. He died on April 8th 2004 during a heart valve operation.

About the Me262:
Germany’s Me262 was the world’s very first operational turbojet-powered aircraft, allowing it to outmaneuver and out-sprint Allied fighter escorts. It actually began development in April 1939, and the eventual result was a fighter that marked a significant leap forward in aircraft design. However, the two Jumo 004 jet engines on each fighter were also a weak point, as turbojets were still in their infancy. The average jet engine’s operational lifespan on an Me262 was a mere 12 hours!

Sku: DR50186
Vendor: Dragon
HK$198.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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