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By Greatwall Hobby
1/48 WWII German Focke-Wulf Fw-189 A-1 Night Fighter w/ Photo-etched parts and Masking for Canopy painting
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ITEM NO: LNR L4801
SCALE: 1:48
ANNOUNCED ON: 3/21/2011
ARRIVED ON: 6/9/2011
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Features:
- Accurate and fully detailed Argus AS410A-1 powerplants
- Weighted landing gear tires
- All around transparent canopy, with full interior details
- Includes 2 sets of maintenance ladders
- Seperate piece control surfaces can be modelled for different positions


The Focke-Wulf Fw 189 was a German twin-engine, twin-boom, three-seat tactical reconnaissance and army cooperation aircraft. It first flew in 1938, entered service in 1940, and was produced until mid-1944.The Fw 189 was of a twin-engine design, made up of a long-spanning wing element and twin booms. The Fw 189 system was crewed by three personnel (consisting of the pilot and two gunners who also act as observers) positioned in a cockpit sitting high above and between the engine booms featuring a nearly all-glazed greenhouse-type design. The cockpit with many pieces of massive flat glass and double tail booms provide the best views all around. One gunner operates a I dorsal machine gun mounting and the other operates a machine gun mounting in a tail cone turret assembly. Possibly the best reconnaissance aircraft to operate during World War II, the Fw189 was produced in large numbers. Total production was 864 aircraft of all variants.Fw 189 was one of the most peculiar aircraft design for the German Luftwaffe in the Second World War and accounted for a successful operational run. In 1944, some of the Fw 189 A-1 were converted to the nightfighter role. One of FuG2I2C-1 airborne interception radar was equipped on the nose and flame dampers were installed at the exhausts of the engines. MG-151/15 or MGI51/20 were equipped in dorsal position. The Fw 189 A-i night version were mainly used in East Front.


Specifications(Fw 189A-1): General characteristics: Crew:3;Length: 12.03 m (39ft4 in);Wingspan: 18.4 m (60ft4 in);Height: 3.7 rn (12 ft 0 in);Empty weight: 2,680 kg (5,920 lb);Loaded weight: 3,950 kg (8,708 lb);Power plant: 2xArgus As 410 inverted air-cooled V12 aircraft engine, 342 kW/459 hp each
Performance: Maximum speed: 357 km/h at 2,600 m (222 mph at 8,530 ft);Range: 670 km (416 mi);Service ceiling: 8,400 m (27,550 ft);Rate of climb: 83 m/s (1,640 ft/mm)
Armament: 2 x 7.92 mm (.312 in) MG 17 machine guns mounted in the wing roots, firing forward;20mm MG151/20 and 792 mm (312 in) MG 15 machine gun in dorsal position and rear cone, flexible mount, firing rearwards. In later A-2 versions, MG 15 were replaced with 7.92 mm (.312 in) MG 81Z twin-barrel machine gun; 4 x 50 kg (110 lb)bombs