Heinkel He 111 H-6
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In Stock (Ships in 1-3 business days)List price: $36.99You pay: $27.95(All prices in U.S. Dollars)Manufacturer: Revell of GermanyStock Number: RMG 4377Scale: 1/72View all products of type "He-111"
This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
The He111 was the German bomber that was built in greatest numbers during World War II, it was derived from a commercial aircraft dating back to 1936. By the end of summer 1939 the first He111 H-1 had left the Heinkel works in Oranienburg and in October 1939 they appeared on the front. The He111 squadrons were used primarily during the Battle of Britain and suffered heavy losses. Within the H series the H-6 played an outstanding role. With over 1600 machines built, it was the most numerous He111 after the H-16. Equipped with more powerful armament from the outset it was designed for used as a torpedo bomber against shipping targets. However it could also carry two heavy bombs of 1000 kg each on external racks under the fuselage. By the time production ended in 1945 a total of 6508 of these aircraft had been built in different versions.
- Detailed surfaces, recessed panel lines
- Detailed cockpit
- Weapons gondola under the fuselage
- MG mount in glazed turret on top of fuselage
- Detailed landing gear
- Movable propeller
- Simulation bombs on racks in the fuselage
- 2 SC 1000 bombs
Authentic decal set for following versions:
- Heinkel He 111 H-6 of 5./KG 26 Lowen-Geschwader (Lion-Wing) Grosseto, Italy, December 1942
- Heinkel He 111 H-6 of 5./KG 4 General Wever Russia, Winter 1942/43
- Heinkel He 111 H-6 of 9./KG General Wever on Pathfinder and Marker Missions for IV. Fliegerkorps, Hungaria, Summer 1944
- Heinkel He 111 Personal Aircraft of Oberstleutnat Kuhlmey, Commander of Gefechtsverband Kuhlmey , Part of Schlachtgeschwader 2, 20th June 1944, Immola, Finnland