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Dragon Models
An award-winning line of high quality plastic model kits that include tanks, cars, aircraft, figures, and warships in popular scales.
1/48 Fw190A-7 "Doppelreiter" w/Slipper Tanks
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ITEM NO: DRA 5545
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195855459
SCALE: 1:48
ANNOUNCED ON: 6/3/2015
ARRIVED ON: 10/26/2005
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Re-Issue in October 2017

Barcode: 0 89195 85545 9
Packaging: 24 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 7.5"x14.2"x2.4"

Bonus 4 Luftwaffe Crew and a chair

1/48 Fw190A-7 "Doppelreiter" w/Slipper Tanks

An excellent addition to Dragon's 1/48 aircraft line, this kit features the Fw190-A7 that was modified for extended flight by adding external fuel tanks on the top of each wing.

Main Features:
- Newly tooled "Slipper" tanks
- photo-etched parts to represent cockpit, seatbelt, antennae and other details
- New decals from Cartograf

About the Fw190A-7 and the "Slipper" tank:
A research team at Graf Zeppelin Flugzeugwerke designed an experimental prototype for extended range flying based on the A-7 version of the famous WWII German Fw190. The A-7 had entered production in late 1943 and featured two 13mm MG131 machine guns and strengthened landing gear. However, the A-7 was soon to be eclipsed by the superior A-8 model, meaning that only eighty were ever manufactured. The prototype A-7 ‘Doppelreiter’, as it was known, boasted 270-liter “slipper” fuel tanks, one mounted on each wing’s upper surface.