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Oxford Aviation World War II Era Diecast Military Aircraft

Both high quality and value priced, these detailed reproductions of World War II's most famous Allied and Axis fighters and attack planes feature finely textured surfaces, a well-equipped cockpit with a glazed canopy, authentic markings, and a customized display stand with information on the plane and pilot.

#OXFAC048 - German Dornier Do 335 Pfeil Fighter - Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (1:72 Scale)

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German Messerschmitt Bf 109E Fighter - Hauptmann Wolfgang Lippert, II./Jagdgeschwader 27, 1940 German Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10 Fighter - 11./Jagdgeschwader 7 "Nowotny", Austria, April 1945 German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A Fighter - Oberleutnant Otto "Stotto" Stammberger, 4./Jagdgeschwader 26, 1943
German Messerschmitt Bf 109E Fighter - Hauptmann Wolfgang Lippert, II./Jagdgeschwader 27, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109G-10 Fighter - 11./Jagdgeschwader 7 "Nowotny", Austria, April 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A Fighter - Oberleutnant Otto "Stotto" Stammberger, 4./Jagdgeschwader 26, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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Numerically the most abundant fighter produced by either side during WWII, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 formed the backbone of the Jagdwaffe on both the eastern and western fronts, as well as in the Mediterranean and North Africa. Numerically the most abundant fighter produced by either side during WWII, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 formed the backbone of the Jagdwaffe on both the eastern and western fronts, as well as in the Mediterranean and North Africa. 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. Controlled by the skilled hands of aces like Oberleutnant Otto Kittel, the FW-190 gained the reputation of being one of the greatest fighters of all time.
German Junkers Ju-87B Stuka Dive-Bomber - Stab III./Sturzkampfgeschwader 77, Caen, France, 1940 USMC Chance-Vought F4U-1 Corsair Fighter - 2nd Lieutenant Donald L. Balch, VMF-221, Guadalcanal, 1943 RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Plt. Off. Alois Vasatko, No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron, 1940
German Junkers Ju-87B Stuka Dive-Bomber - Stab III./Sturzkampfgeschwader 77, Caen, France, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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USMC Chance-Vought F4U-1 Corsair Fighter - 2nd Lieutenant Donald L. Balch, VMF-221, Guadalcanal, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. I Fighter - Plt. Off. Alois Vasatko, No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron, 1940 (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. Its gull-wing shape made it instantly recognizeable. Its characteristic sound while in an attack dive led the Japanese to call it "The Whistling Death." Combined with its high speed, agility and toughness, the Vought F4U Corsair was one of the finest fighters ever built. The Hawker Hurricane was the first monoplane to join the Royal Air Force as a fighter aircraft, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 300-mph in level flight. Often compared with the sleek-looking Supermarine Spitfire, the Hurricane, in actuality, shouldered the brunt of the fighting during the "Battle of Britain", equipping more than three-fifths of the RAF's Fighter Command squadrons.
Russian Lavochkin La-7 Fighter - Voenno-Vozdushnye Sily (VVS) Fighter Regiment, 1944 RCAF De Havilland Mosquito FB VI Fighter-Bomber - "Black Rufe," Squadron Ldr. Robert Kipp, No. 418 Squadron, Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, England, October 1944 RAF Hawker Tempest Mk. V Fighter - Flight Lieutenant L. C. Luckhoff, No. 33 Squadron, 1945
Russian Lavochkin La-7 Fighter - Voenno-Vozdushnye Sily (VVS) Fighter Regiment, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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RCAF De Havilland Mosquito FB VI Fighter-Bomber - "Black Rufe," Squadron Ldr. Robert Kipp, No. 418 Squadron, Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, England, October 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Hawker Tempest Mk. V Fighter - Flight Lieutenant L. C. Luckhoff, No. 33 Squadron, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The Lavochkin La-7 was a Soviet fighter aircraft of World War II. It was a development and refinement of the Lavochkin La-5, and the last in a family of aircraft that had begun with the LaGG-1 in 1938. The "Mossie," as it was known affectionately by its British crews, was both simple in construction and design. It was a twin engine, single boom aircraft that placed the pilot and navigator in a side-by-side sitting configuration. The Mosquito was one of the most cost effective aircraft ever built because it was constructed out of wood. The Hawker Tempest was a British fighter aircraft primarily used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the Second World War. The Tempest was an improved derivative of the Hawker Typhoon, and one of the most powerful fighter aircraft used in the war.
RAF Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib Ground Attack Aircraft - Squadron Leader B. G. Stapleton, No. 247 Squadron, 1944 RAF Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Fighter - Flying Officer Neville Duke, No. 112 Squadron, 1942 Imperial Japanese Army Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien Tony Fighter - Captain Teruhiko Kobayashi, 244 Sentai (2 Chutai), Chofu (Tokyo), Japan, January 1945
RAF Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib Ground Attack Aircraft - Squadron Leader B. G. Stapleton, No. 247 Squadron, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Fighter - Flying Officer Neville Duke, No. 112 Squadron, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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Imperial Japanese Army Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien "Tony" Fighter - Captain Teruhiko Kobayashi, 244 Sentai (2 Chutai), Chofu (Tokyo), Japan, January 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The Typhoon was a British single-seat strike fighter, produced by Hawker Aviation starting in 1941. Intended as a replacement for the Hawker Hurricane in the interceptor role, it suffered from performance problems, but eventually evolved into one of World War II's most successful ground attack aircraft. The P-40 was the best known Curtiss-Wright designed airplane of the Second World War. It was also one of the most controversial fighters, vilified by many as being too slow, lacking in maneuverability, having too low a climbing rate, and being largely obsolescent by contemporary standards even before it went into production. The Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien ("Swallow") fighter represented a major departure for Japanese aircraft design in World War II. While other Japanese fighters were designed with air-cooled radials and were optimized for maneuverability, the Ki-61 used a liquid-cooled in-line engine and was designed for speed and power.
Italian Macchi C.202 Folgore Fighter - Capt. Carlo Maurizio Ruspoli, 91 Squadriglia, 10 Gruppo, 4 Stormo, Fuka, Egypt, 1942 RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc Fighter - Squadron Leader Robert 'Butch' Barton, No. 249 Squadron, Malta, 1941 German Heinkel He 162A-2 Salamander Spatz Jet Fighter - II/Jagdgeschwader 1, Leck, Germany, 1945
Italian Macchi C.202 Folgore Fighter - Capt. Carlo Maurizio Ruspoli, 91 Squadriglia, 10 Gruppo, 4 Stormo, Fuka, Egypt, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk. IIc Fighter - Squadron Leader Robert "Butch" Barton, No. 249 Squadron, Malta, 1941 (1:72 Scale)
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German Heinkel He 162A-2 Salamander "Spatz" Jet Fighter - II/Jagdgeschwader 1, Leck, Germany, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The Macchi C.202 Folgore (Italian "thunderbolt") was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Macchi Aeronautica and operated by the Regia Aeronautica (RA; Royal (Italian) Air Force). The Hawker Hurricane was the first monoplane to join the Royal Air Force as a fighter aircraft, capable of reaching speeds in excess of 300-mph in level flight. Often compared with the sleek-looking Supermarine Spitfire, the Hurricane, in actuality, shouldered the brunt of the fighting during the "Battle of Britain", equipping more than three-fifths of the RAF's Fighter Command squadrons. In September 1944, with the Nazi empire under extreme pressure on all fronts, the German Air Ministry (ReichsLuftsfahrtMinisterium or "RLM") acknowledged Germany's desperate circumstances by issuing a requirement for a new jet fighter that would be simple, cheap, and easy to build in large quantity.
Royal Navy Grumman F6F Hellcat Fighter - Lt. Cdr. S. G. Orr, HMS Emperor, Norway, 1944 USAAF North American P-51D Mustang Fighter - Maj. Louis Red Dog Norley, Red Dog XII, 4th Fighter Group, RAF Debden, England, 1945 RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - "B" Flight, No. 615 ("County of Surrey") Squadron, France, 1940
Royal Navy Grumman F6F Hellcat Fighter - Lt. Cdr. S. G. Orr, HMS Emperor, Norway, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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USAAF North American P-51D Mustang Fighter - Maj. Louis "Red Dog" Norley, "Red Dog XII," 4th Fighter Group, RAF Debden, England, 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Gloster Gladiator Mk. II Fighter - "B" Flight, No. 615 ("County of Surrey") Squadron, France, 1940 (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. No other aircraft of WWII could fly as high, go as far, or fight as hard as the famed Mustang. Piloted by a record 281 Aces, this agile and ferocious dogfighter tallied more kills than any other Allied airplane. As the bombers of the Eighth Air Force fought their way deep into Hitler's Germany, it was the Mustang that cleared the skies of Luftwaffe fighters. One of the only biplane fighters to have any measurable success in the Second World War, the Gloster Gladiator was the product of a bygone era combining with modernity for one last fling. The Gladiator was obsolete by September 1939, but it still had what it took to make a significant impact on history. Air Ministry specification F.7/30 realized (correctly) that future fighters were going to be faster and better armed.
RAF Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Mk. Ia Fighter - Squadron Leader Mike Judd, No. 250 Squadron, North Africa, 1942 Royal Navy Fairey Swordfish Mk. III Torpedo Plane - 821 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Ark Royal, 1940 German Messerschmitt Bf 109F Fighter - Hauptmann Hans Hahn, III./Jagdgeschwader 2, 1941
RAF Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Mk. Ia Fighter - Squadron Leader Mike Judd, No. 250 Squadron, North Africa, 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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Royal Navy Fairey Swordfish Mk. III Torpedo Plane - 821 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Ark Royal, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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German Messerschmitt Bf 109F Fighter - Hauptmann Hans Hahn, III./Jagdgeschwader 2, 1941 (1:72 Scale)
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The P-40 was the best known Curtiss-Wright designed airplane of the Second World War. It was also one of the most controversial fighters, vilified by many as being too slow, lacking in maneuverability, having too low a climbing rate, and being largely obsolescent by contemporary standards even before it went into production. The Fairey Swordfish was a torpedo bomber built by the Fairey Aviation Company and used by the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy during World War II. Affectionately known as the Stringbag by its crews, it was outdated by 1939, but achieved some spectacular successes during the war, such as the destruction of the Regia Marina (the Italian Navy) in Taranto and the famous crippling of the German battleship Bismarck. Numerically the most abundant fighter produced by either side during WWII, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 formed the backbone of the Jagdwaffe on both the eastern and western fronts, as well as in the Mediterranean and North Africa.
RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IXe Fighter - Peter Hillwood, Lady Jane, No. 127 Squadron, Netherlands, 1944 RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. I Fighter - Squadron Leader Henry Cozens, No. 19 Squadron, RAF Duxford, 1938 RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. I Fighter - Sgt. Ralph Havercroft, No. 92 Squadron, August 1940
RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. IXe Fighter - Peter Hillwood, "Lady Jane," No. 127 Squadron, Netherlands, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. I Fighter - Squadron Leader Henry Cozens, No. 19 Squadron, RAF Duxford, 1938 (1:72 Scale)
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RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk. I Fighter - Sgt. Ralph Havercroft, No. 92 Squadron, Biggin Hill, England, August 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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The Spitfire is the most famous British aircraft of all time. Although less numerous than the Hawker Hurricane, it is remembered as the sleek, thoroughbred fighting machine that turned the tide during the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire was among the fastest and most maneuverable prop-driven fighters of World War II, serving in virtually every combat theater. The Spitfire is the most famous British aircraft of all time. Although less numerous than the Hawker Hurricane, it is remembered as the sleek, thoroughbred fighting machine that turned the tide during the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire was among the fastest and most maneuverable prop-driven fighters of World War II, serving in virtually every combat theater. The Spitfire is the most famous British aircraft of all time. Although less numerous than the Hawker Hurricane, it is remembered as the sleek, thoroughbred fighting machine that turned the tide during the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire was among the fastest and most maneuverable prop-driven fighters of World War II, serving in virtually every combat theater.
Russian Lavochkin La-7 Fighter - Ivan Nikitovich Kozhedub, 240th IAP, 1944 USMC Douglas SBD Dauntless Dive-Bomber - Major Christian Lee, VMS-3 Devilbirds, Virgin Islands, 1944 Italian Fiat G.55 Centauro Fighter - Capt. Giovanni Bonet, Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana, Venaria Reale, Italy, 1944
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USMC Douglas SBD Dauntless Dive-Bomber - Major Christian Lee, VMS-3 "Devilbirds," Virgin Islands, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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Italian Fiat G.55 Centauro Fighter - Capt. Giovanni Bonet, Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana, Venaria Reale, Italy, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The Lavochkin La-7 was a Soviet fighter aircraft of World War II. It was a development and refinement of the Lavochkin La-5, and the last in a family of aircraft that had begun with the LaGG-1 in 1938. The Dauntless was the standard shipborne dive-bomber of the US Navy from mid-1940 until November 1943, when the first Curtiss Helldivers arrived to replace it. Between 1942-43, the Dauntless was pressed into service again and again, seeing action in the Battle of the Coral Sea and the Guadalcanal campaign. The Fiat G-55 Centauro, arguably the best Italian production fighter of the Second World War, was designed around requirements issued by the Direzione Generale Costruzioni de Ministero in 1941, which intended to provide the Regia Aeronautica with a first line fighter equal to any being produced by the Allies.
RAF De Havilland Mosquito FB VI Fighter-Bomber - Flt. Lt. Stanley Nunn and Flg. Off. J. Carlin, 248th Strike Wing German Henschel Hs 123A Dive-Bomber - Flugzeugfuhrerschule, Training Unit, 1941 Imperial Japanese Army Nakajima Ki-43-II Hayabusa "Oscar" Fighter - Sgt. Kushiro Otake, 25th Sentai, Nanking, China, 1943
RAF De Havilland Mosquito FB VI Fighter-Bomber - Flt. Lt. Stanley Nunn and Flg. Off. J. Carlin, 248th Strike Wing (1:72 Scale)
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German Henschel Hs 123A Dive-Bomber - Flugzeugfuhrerschule, Training Unit, 1941 (1:72 Scale)
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Imperial Japanese Army Nakajima Ki-43-II Hayabusa "Oscar" Fighter - Sgt. Kushiro Otake, 25th Sentai, Nanking, China, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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The "Mossie," as it was known affectionately by its British crews, was both simple in construction and design. It was a twin engine, single boom aircraft that placed the pilot and navigator in a side-by-side sitting configuration. The Mosquito was one of the most cost effective aircraft ever built because it was constructed out of wood. The Henschel Hs 123 was a single-seat biplane dive bomber and close-support attack aircraft flown by the German Luftwaffe during the Spanish Civil War and the early to midpoint of World War II. Although an obsolete design, it continued to see front-line service until 1944, and was only withdrawn due to a lack of serviceable airframes and spare parts. 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.
   
 
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