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Specifications: The World War 2 Mosquito's Length was 40 feet 9.5 inches.
Wingspan 54 feet 2 inches. Height 12 feet 3 inches.
Wing Area 450 square feet. The Mosquito's Empty Weight 14,600 lbs.
Gross Weight 23,000 lbs. Max Gross 23,690 lbs. The
Mosquito had 2 Rolls Royce Merlin Mk.113/114 1,710 hp engines. The Mosquito
had a Cruise Speed of 260 mph and Maximum Speed 422 mph with
a max Range of 2,050 miles. These aircraft models include die cast
aircraft models, plastic aircraft kits, mahogany display aircraft models, wood
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|de Havilland Mosquito NF Mk.II & British Light Utility Car 10HP 1/48 Kits
Get two kits in one box! This 1/48 scale, plastic set includes a de Havilland Mosquito night fighter - with a detailed cockpit, extra parts to build the FB Mk.VI variant, and a choice of six markings - and a British light utility car with either an open or closed cargo cover and a choice of four markings. It's so complete, this set even includes two RAF pilots and a commander! 13½" wingspan; assembly required.
|de Havilland Mosquito FB.VI 1/72 Die Cast Model "Black Rufe," Sqn. Ldr. Robert Kipp, No. 418 Sqn., RCAF
The 14th release in the Oxford Diecast series of 1/72 scale, die cast warplanes, this model replicates "Black Rufe," the de Havilland Mosquito FB.VI fighter-bomber flown by 10½-victory ace Squadron Leader Robert Kipp and navigator Flt. Lt. Peter Huletsky of No. 418 (City of Edmonton) Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, when Kipp became an ace on April 14, 1944.
It features textured surfaces; a detailed cockpit with a glazed canopy; three-blade hydromatic propellers; four nose-mounted Browning machine guns; authentic markings, including "Black Rufe" nose art; and more. 9" wingspan; includes a display stand that identifies the plane and pilot.
| de Havilland Mosquito FB.VI 1/32 Model Airplane Kit
Group Captain Percy Pickard, 487 Squadron, Amiens Raid, 1944
On February 18, 1944, Group Captain Percy Pickard led one of the Royal Air Force's most daring and dangerous raids of World War II: Operation Jericho, a low-level bombing raid - on Amiens Prison in German-occupied France - whose objective was to free 120 prisoners scheduled for execution the following day.
Wings of Night: Captain Percy Pickard the famous Mosquito flown by Pickard in that Amiens raid (from which Pickard and navigator Alan Broadley did not return), this limited edition, 1/32 scale, die cast Corgi model is a real beauty!
Fine features include engraved panel lines; a well-equipped cockpit with glazed windows and crew figures; movable control surfaces, including positionable radiator ducts and flaps that move in unison around each engine nacelle; panels that can be removed to reveal detailed Merlin V-12 engines; wing-mounted bombs and four nose-mounted Browning machine guns; spring-loaded bomb bay doors that open to reveal realistic ordnance; rotating, three-blade hydromatic propellers; optional-position landing gear with real rubber tires; authentic No. 487 (New Zealand) Squadron markings; and more. 20¼" wingspan; includes a display stand.
Nicknamed the 'wooden wonder' due to its largely wooden construction, the de Havilland Mosquito was one of the most versatile and successful combat aircraft of the Second World War. Offering insights into the design, construction and operational career of the iconic Mossie, this manual gets under the aircraft's birch and balsa skin to examine its anatomy and describe the painstaking restoration to flight by Avspecs (New Zealand) of Jerry Yagen's FB26 KA114 and of Victoria Air Maintenance's B35 VR796 in British Columbia, Canada.
Mosquito Balsa Wood Kit
Balsa Wood Mosquito Model Airplane Kits
This balsa wood kit has a wonderful internal structure? you'll think you're building the real thing! 1/20 scale display kit has a 25" wingspan. Assembly required. de Havilland Mosquito 1/120 Die Cast Model
Pre Built Diecast Model AircraftNormandy
This 1/120 scale die cast model of a night-flying reconnaissance Mosquito that flew over enemy-occupied territory in advance of bomber formations features textured surfaces; a glazed cockpit canopy; wing-mounted bombs; rotating propellers; rare 25th Bomb Group, USAAF, Normandy invasion markings; and more. 5½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
No. 143 (WW2 Banff Strike Wing Books, Models, Aviation Art)
a Mosquito - whose airframe was made primarily of laminated plywood - employed in early 1945 by No. 143 Squadron, Banff Strike Wing, in attacks on German shipping targets in the heavily defended Norwegian Fjords,
de Havilland Mosquito NF.II/FB.VI/NF.XXX 1/24 Kit
This collector clock features the menacing Mosquito - both the pesky insect and the classic RAF fighter-bomber - framed in a distinctive riveted aluminum case. Also features a quartz movement, requiring one AA battery (not included). 15" diameter.
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My father, (Britten, Ralph Isaac
Edward) was a pilot in WWII. He flew a Mosquito. Appreciate all you have
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Markings of a No. 23 Squadron night fighter. This particular aircraft was damaged in 1943 when it flew into high-tension wires over Holland - and dragged 300 feet of cable back to England!
Tony Weddel. Made of wood to conserve on metal supplies, the Mosquito performed a variety of tasks for the RAF. The scene in this painting takes place on April 11, 1944, when six Mosquitoes of 613 Squadron came in fast and low over Holland to attack the Gestapo headquarters across from the Peace Palace at The Hague. Here we see two of those six Mosquitoes just after they have neatly bounced a pair of bombs through the front door of the Gestapo building.
A Mosquito of 264 Squadron, RAF, has been vectored toward an enemy raider, and the on-board radar operator has directed the pilot upon the aircraft. The Fw 190 carries a 500kg. bomb that will not find a British target tonight. Instead, the Luftwaffe pilot will be lucky to survive bailing out of the flaming airplane caused by the Mosquito's attack. The successful Mosquito missions have become legend, just as the crews who flew them.
DeHavilland Mosquito FB Mk.VI/NF / Mk.II The DeHavilland Mosquito was designed in 1939 as part of an attempt to build a bomber that could outrun modern-day fighters. Wood was used in the construction of the Mosquito in an effort to save precious aluminum. After successful tests that clocked the Mosquito at 630kmh the orders for the speedy craft began to pour in. During the production of the different versions of the craft, machine guns were added to the nose and bomb capacity was refined. The Mosquito was an effective and much used craft during WWII.
The design of the Mosquito began in 1939. Two Rolls Merlin engines were selected as the source of power and wood was used as the material of the fuselage. At first, the Air Ministry concerned with the Mosquito because of the wood construction and no machine guns. However the Mosquito made a maiden flight with the maximum speed of 630km while the Spitfire had a maximum speed of 580km at that time. After many types of Mosquitos were produced, the Night-Fighter Mk. II armed with 7.7mm machine guns on its nose and A.I.Mk.IV radar made an appearance. This Mosquito brought its ability into full play in attacking airfields and intercepting raiding bombers. Also the Fighting-Bomber Mk.VI armed with four of 225kg bombs and eight of rocket bombs was used in March 1943. This type played havoc with land forces, battleships, and U-boats.
The DeHavilland Mosquito was designed in 1939 as part of an attempt to build a bomber that could outrun modern-day fighters. Wood was used in the construction of the Mosquito in an effort to save precious aluminum. After successful tests that clocked the Mosquito at 630kmh the orders for the speedy craft began to pour in. During the production of the different versions of the craft, machine guns were added to the nose and bomb capacity was refined. The Mosquito was an effective and much used craft during WWII.
a Mosquito - whose airframe was made primarily of laminated plywood - employed in early 1945 by No. 143 Squadron, Banff Strike Wing, in attacks on German shipping targets in the heavily defended Norwegian Fjords, four Browning machine guns in the nose and wing-mounted RP3 25-pound armor-piercing (AP) rockets; rotating, three-blade hydromatic propellers; optional-position landing gear with real rubber tires; authentic RAF Coastal Command markings
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