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Do 335

Dornier Do 335 Airplane Models

Delve into our curated collection of diecast models of the Dornier Do 335 - Precision Engineered, Historically Unique, and Collectible Aircraft Models.

The Dornier Do 335, nicknamed "Pfeil" (Arrow), was a World War II German aircraft known for its unconventional push-pull engine configuration, which featured one engine at the front and another at the rear of the fuselage. This innovative design contributed to its status as one of the fastest piston-engine aircraft ever built.

Developed in the late stages of the war, the Do 335 was intended to perform multiple roles, including as a fast bomber, night fighter, and reconnaissance aircraft. Its advanced design included a tricycle landing gear and an ejection seat, both rarities for the time. While it did not see extensive combat service due to the war's end, the Do 335 remains a fascinating example of innovative aircraft engineering. Its unique configuration, speed capabilities, and the potential for various military applications make it a subject of great interest for aviation enthusiasts and model collectors, particularly those fascinated by rare and experimental aircraft of WWII.