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IXO Models WWII Era Fighter Aircraft

IXO Models WWII Era Fighter Aircraft

Based in China, IXO Models makes an ever expanding line of diecast military aircraft. Each aircraft comes with a poseable display stand and landing gear can be set in a raised or lowered position. Bear in mind that these are limited edition collectibles so don't hesitate if you plan to purchase them.

#IXJ200617 - Italian Macchi C.205 Veltro Fighter - 360 Squadriglia, 51 Stormo, Italy, Summer 1944 (1:72 Scale)

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Russian Polikarpov I-16 Fighter - Za Stalina! Captain Boris Safonov, 72 IAP, FAS, SF, Murmansk, September 1940
Russian Polikarpov I-16 Fighter - "Za Stalina!" Captain Boris Safonov, 72 IAP, FAS, SF, Murmansk, September 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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When it flew for the first time in December 1933, the tiny I-16 was far ahead of any other fighter design in the world, thanks to its retractable landing gear, cantilever wing and variable pitch propeller.
German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 Anton Fighter - Uffz. Paul Lixfeld, 6./II JG 300, Lubnitz, Germany, November 1944
German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 'Anton' Fighter - Uffz. Paul Lixfeld, 6./II JG 300, Lubnitz, Germany, November 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the "Butcher Bird," the Fw 190 was Germany's best air-to-ground fighter. Faster and more agile than the British Spitfire, it dominated the skies over Europe as a fighter and was the Luftwaffe's most important ground-attack aircraft.
RCAF Bristol Beaufighter Mk. X Night Fighter - No.404 Squadron, Coastal Command, Wick, Scotland, June 1944
RCAF Bristol Beaufighter Mk. X Night Fighter - No.404 Squadron, Coastal Command, Wick, Scotland, June 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Developed as a private venture by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, the Beaufighter was a two-seat all-metal fighter using components from the Beaufort torpedo-bomber. First flown on July 17th, 1939, the Beaufighter eventually equipped 52 RAF squadrons, giving outstanding service during World War II, in particular as a night-fighter and torpedo-bomber (where the aircraft were affectionally known as 'Torbeaus').
Japanese Mitsubishi A6M5c Zero Fighter - 303 Hiko Tai, 203 Kokutai, Nagasaki Naval Area, Omura Airbase, Japan, August 1945
Japanese Mitsubishi A6M5c "Zero" Fighter - 303 Hiko Tai, 203 Kokutai, Nagasaki Naval Area, Omura Airbase, Japan, August 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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Aside from the early-morning raid on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, perhaps the biggest shock for American forces in the Pacific was the outstanding performance of the Imperial Navy's main carrier fighter, the beautifully proportioned Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen.
Japanese Nakajima Ki-43-II Hayabusa Oscar Fighter - Akira Sugimoto, 2 Chutai/54 Sentai, Hokkaido Island, 1943
Japanese Nakajima Ki-43-II Hayabusa "Oscar" Fighter - Akira Sugimoto, 2 Chutai/54 Sentai, Hokkaido Island, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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The Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Peregrine Falcon) was numerically the most important fighter used by the Japanese Army Air Force during the Pacific War. It remained in production from the beginning of the Pacific War until its end in August 1945.
German Messerschmitt Me 262A-1A Jet Fighter - Major Theodor Weissenberger, Geschwaderkommodore Jagdgeschwader 7, February 1945
German Messerschmitt Me 262A-1A Jet Fighter - Major Theodor Weissenberger, Geschwaderkommodore Jagdgeschwader 7, February 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The jet-powered Me 262 Sturmvogel ("Stormbird") has long since gained its place in the annals of international aeronautical history. With its sleek aerodynamic design and high performance jet engines, the Me 262 radically changed the way in which air combat was waged.
USAAF Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback Fighter - Captain Cameron Cam Hart, 63th Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, Boxted, England, December 1944
USAAF Republic P-47D Thunderbolt Razorback Fighter - Captain Cameron 'Cam' Hart, 63th Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, Boxted, England, December 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Nicknamed the "Jug" for its bulky shape, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was considered a monster of a machine. Despite its size, the Thunderbolt proved to be a fast and maneuverable warbird able to hold its own in combat. In fact, when Allied pilots climbed aboard a P-47, they knew the were in control of a fighting machine with enormous power.
US Navy Grumman F6F Hellcat Fighter - VF-25, USS Santee (CV-29), July 1945
US Navy Grumman F6F Hellcat Fighter - VF-25, USS Santee (CV-29), July 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The F6F embodied the early lessons learned by users of Grumman's previous fleet-defense fighter, the Wildcat. In June 1941, Grumman lowered the wing center section to enable the undercarriage to be wider splayed, fitting more armor-plating around the cockpit to protect the pilot while also increasing the fighter's ammunition capacity.
USMC Grumman F4F Wildcat Fighter - Robert E. Galer, VMF-224, Guadalcanal, September 1942
USMC Grumman F4F Wildcat Fighter - Robert E. Galer, VMF-224, Guadalcanal, September 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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The Grumman F4F Wildcat was the standard carrier-based fighter of the United States Navy for the first year and a half of World War II. An improved version built by General Motors (the General Motors FM Wildcat) remained in service throughout the war, on escort carriers where newer, larger and heavier fighters could not be used.
USAAF Bell P-39Q/N Airacobra Fighter - Lt. William A. Shomo, 71st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 82nd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, New Guinea, March 1944
USAAF Bell P-39Q/N Airacobra Fighter - Lt. William A. Shomo, 71st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 82nd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, New Guinea, March 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The P-39 was one of America's first-line pursuit planes in December 1941. It made its initial flight in April 1939 at Wright Field and by the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, nearly 600 had been built. Its unique engine location behind the cockpit caused some pilot concern, but this proved to be no more of a hazard in a crash landing than with an engine located forward of the cockpit.
   
 
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