First flying in 1939, the Focke-Wulf Fw190 proved to be an immediate threat to RAF fighters when introduced in late 1941, being faster and more manoeuvrable than the Spitfire V then in service. This A-8 version was the most numerous and heavily armed variant, which entered service in 1944, as an attempt to stop the Allied daylight raids, however, by then the new Allied fighters had begun to outclass it.
WARNING Not suitable for children under 36 months. It contains small parts which can present a choking hazard. Please retain these details and the address for future reference. CAUTION Please remove all packaging before giving the toy to a child.
If the famous Messerschmitt Bf109 was considered a cultured fighting aeroplane, the fearsome Focke Wulf FW 190 was just a workmanlike brute of a fighter, designed to dominate the skies and to both give and receive plenty of punishment.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Dimensions||L125 x W145|
|Number of Parts||53|
|Dimensions (mm)||L125 x W145|
Paintwork & Finish
Humbrol Enamel paints for the kit's primary decal scheme.