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15mm (1/100) 3D Ta-183

15mm (1/100) 3D Ta-183

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15mm (1/100) 3D paper Focke-Wulf Ta-153.

This paper model from der Kampflieger lets the builder explorer several what-if marking schemes for the Focke-Wulf TA-183 jet fighter concept.

 In late 1942, the Focke-Wulf design team headed by Kurt Tank began sketching out concepts for swept-wing fighters built around the newly-developed turbojet engines. The TA-183 Design II concept called for a short fuselage, a large tail fin with high-mounted swept stablizers, and sharply-swept shoulder-mounted wings. Nicknamed the Huckbein after a mischief-making cartoon crow, the TA-183 concept was entered into the 1944 Emergency Fighter competition and won a development contract, but the Focke-Wulf facilities were captured by Allied troops before any prototype was completed.  Captured drawings, blueprints, and specifications provided a tantalizing look at the future for aeronautical engineers in the U.S., Britain, France, and the Soviet Union.

Perfect for the alternative WWII and Luft'46 games.

Multi-layered PDF allows for three camouflage schemes: gray mottled, green mottled, and desert tan. Other layering options allow for open or closed gear bays, and aircraft number.

Easy one page download.

Text written by Bart Wheeler, copyright 2011, Bart Wheeler and Ecardmodels.com. Used by permission.

 
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