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1/72 German Heinkel He219B-1
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ITEM NO: DRA 5029
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195850294
SCALE: 1:72
ANNOUNCED ON: 3/8/2007
ARRIVED ON: 4/23/2007
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Barcode: 0 89195 85029 4
Packaging: 24 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 7.5"x14.2"x2"
Category: WWII German Military Vehicle

1/72 German Heinkel He219B-1

Main Features:
- Newly tooled wings accurately represent the real ones
- Canopy is newly designed for ultimate detail
- Radar array of antennas reproduced by photo-etched parts
- Other photo-etched parts available to upgrade details
- New Cartograf decals offers accurate markings

About the Heinkel He219:
Known as the Uhu (Eagle-Owl), the Heinkel He219 was an advanced German night-fighter that flew in the latter half of WWII. Its first promising use in combat occurred in June 1943, when a V-series plane shot down five Allied bombers. Production models, equipped with radar, began arriving in the Luftwaffe in October 1943. The capable He219 had an enviable reputation as a “Mosquito”-killer, but production was never sufficient to have a significant impact on the air war. The later He219B model was fitted with 2500hp Jumo 222A/B engines, giving the Uhu a maximum speed of 700km/h. It also featured a lengthened wingspan for better high-altitude performance.