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    Nakajima A6M2-N 02410

    The proportional model:1:24
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           A6M2-N Floatplane Zero The A6M2-N was the seaplane version of the famous Zero fighter. It was the first seaplane that was ever designed as a pure fighter plane. While it was some 60 mph (53 knots) slower than the land version, it was surprisingly maneuverable even with the drag created by the large floats. This type was code named "Rufe" by the Americans, and it was a successful fighter. It was designed to provider fighter protection to areas where there was no airstrip such as over invasion beaches, very tiny islands and atolls, or places where terrain did not make it practical to build an airfield. When it first came into service it scored a number of air to air victories, but as more and more advanced Allied fighters were developed, it became easy prey to the Allies later in the war. By late 1944 it had been supplanted in the seaplane fighter role by the N1K1 Kyofu (code name "Rex"), and was used to train pilots for this more advanced fighter. During the last desperate months of the war remaining examples often flew from Lake Biwa northeast 
    Item No    02410
    Item Name    Nakajima A6M2-N  
    Bar Code    n/a
    Scale    1:24
    Item Type    Static Aircraft
    Model Brief    Length:440 mm Wingspan:499.5 mm
    Total Parts    181pcs
    Photo Etched Parts    Aileron & Flap hinges
    Film Parts    Instrument part
    Total Sprues    8pcs
    Paint Schemes    A6M2-N Rufe [N1-112] of 802 Kokutai, Solomons, Jan. 1943.
    Released Date    
    More Features    Aileron & Flap shaftEngine detail