an injection-plastic jet aircraft model kit.
The B-36D Peacemaker was developed during World War II; its first flight took place in 1946 as the mainstay of postwar nuclear strategy. After Germany invaded Britain in World War II, the U.S. developed a plan to bomb Germany across the Atlantic Ocean; Convair’s proposal was adopted in 1941 and development proceeded. This aircraft is equipped with six quadruple radial engines facing backwards in a semi-embedded type on the long main wings, with a pressurized compartment. It had exceptional performance, being able to fly at an altitude of 10,000 meters over 600km while loaded with 4.5 tons, with a cruising power of 13,000km, and carrying 16 20mm cannons on a remote-controlled turret. The D type has additional jet engines at the tip of the main wings, and an unprecedented number of ten reciprocating jets in total. The addition of the jet engines increased its speed to 700km.This kit comes with decals for four versions. Place your order today!
[Includes]: Decals for 4 versions