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Corgi Junkers Ju 87 Stuka Dive-Bombers

Corgi Junkers Ju 87 Stuka Dive-Bombers

The air war in Europe helped decide the outcome of the war. From the early dogfights between Spitfires and Messerschmitts in the skies over Britain to the bombing raids and fighter escorts late in the war, the history of this monumental conflict is rendered in striking detail and authenticity by the master model makers at Corgi. Corgi aircraft come with retractable landing gear (where applicable) and a handsome display stand.

#AA32516 - Italian Junkers Ju-87R-2 "Picchiatello" Stuka Dive-Bomber - Capitano Raul Zucconi, 208a Squadriglia, 101 Gruppo, Sicily, June 1941 (1:72 Scale)

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German Junkers Ju-87B Stuka Dive-Bomber - Alfons Orthofer, II/Sturzkampfgeschwader 77, Breslau, Germany, 1939
German Junkers Ju-87B Stuka Dive-Bomber - Alfons Orthofer, II/Sturzkampfgeschwader 77, Breslau, Germany, 1939 (1:72 Scale)
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During the early to mid-stages of the Second World War, the Stuka (short for "sturzkampfflugzeug" or dive-bomber) struck terror in the hearts and minds of soldiers and civilians alike. The Stuka was a rugged machine, designed to swoop down and destroy its target using 500-lb bombs or tear into them using 37mm flak guns mounted underneath the wings.
Italian Junkers Ju-87R-2 Picchiatello Stuka Dive-Bomber - Capitano Raul Zucconi, 208a Squadriglia, 101 Gruppo, Sicily, June 1941
Italian Junkers Ju-87R-2 "Picchiatello" Stuka Dive-Bomber - Capitano Raul Zucconi, 208a Squadriglia, 101 Gruppo, Sicily, June 1941 (1:72 Scale)
Currently Unavailable
List Price: $44.99
Our Price: $39.99 Sold Out!
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You'll earn: 40 points
(Out of Stock)

During the early to mid-stages of the Second World War, the Stuka (short for "sturzkampfflugzeug" or dive-bomber) struck terror in the hearts and minds of soldiers and civilians alike. The Stuka was a rugged machine, designed to swoop down and destroy its target using 500-lb bombs or tear into them using 37mm flak guns mounted underneath the wings.
   
 
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