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This series includes high quality diecast models of modern and historical aircraft. Each item is recreated with lifelike details and is true to scale. Titles include many of today’s most popular commercial airlines and both modern and historic military aircraft.
1/144 B-29 Super Fortress "BOCKS CAR"
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ITEM NO: DRW 51002
EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195510020
SCALE: 1:144
ANNOUNCED ON: 3/9/2006
ARRIVED ON: 4/19/2006
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Packaging: 10 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 10.2"x10.2"x3.1"

1/144 B-29 Super Fortress "BOCKS CAR"

2nd title in our new 1/144 scale series!

The second model in our new scale will be "BOCKS CAR", the aircraft which dropped the second nuclear weapon ever used in warfare.

At over 8" long and almost 12" wide, this model is a must for any aviation enthusiast!

Main Features:
- Fully detailed 1/144 B-29 mold approved by Boeing
- Newly tooled "Fat Boy" bomb
- Diecast metal fuselage and wings
- Bomb bay door can be positioned as open or closed
- Detailed Bomb payload (when bay door is open)
- Removeable landing gear (can be posed in a flying or landing configuration)
- Clear parts for the nose
- Rotating propellers
- Accurate engraved panel lines
- Historically accurate markings
- Pre-assembled
- Dimensions: 8.25"L x 11.77"W x 2.31"H

About the "BOCKS CAR":
BOCKS CAR, (occasionally Bock's Car or Bocks Car) is the name of the U.S. Army Air Forces B-29 bomber (Serial Number 44-27297) which dropped the second nuclear weapon ever used in warfare, on Nagasaki, Japan on August 9, 1945. The weapon was known as "Fat Man".

This historic aircraft is sometimes referred to as "Bocks Car" or "Bock's Car". The name painted on the aircraft after the mission (above) has no apostrophe and it is painted in all capital letters.

BOCKS CAR is on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio.

About the B-29:
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Boeing Model 341/345) was a four-engine heavy bomber flown by the United States Army Air Force. It was one of the largest aircraft of World War II to see active service. When it entered service, it was one of the most advanced bombers of its time, featuring innovations such as a pressurized cabin, a central fire-control system, and remote-controlled machine gun turrets. It was designed to be a high altitude daytime bomber, but was most used in low-altitude night time incendiary bombing. It was the primary weapons platform used in the United States fire-bombing campaign against Japan in the final months of World War II, and B-29s carried the atomic bombs that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Unlike many other bombers, the B-29 remained in service long after World War II ended, a few being employed as flying television transmitters for Stratovision. By the time it was retired in the 1960s, some 3,900 planes had been built.