Messerschmitt BF 108
      Messerschmitt BF 108

      Messerschmitt BF 108 Aircraft Model

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      A 1/72 scale diecast model aircraft of a Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun (Typhoon).

      Nord Pingouin, NJ-C11 Duxford

      A versatile German aircraft produced in the 1930s. It was used as a military trainer, personal aircraft, and even as a race plane. It had a low-wing configuration and could accommodate up to four passengers.

      Includes a free display stand.

      This model has a nose-to-tail length of 11.5cm (4.5") and a wingspan width of 14.5cm (5.75").

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      Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun Diecast Model

      This 1/72 scale diecast model aircraft of the Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun captures the essence of a versatile German aircraft produced in the 1930s. Known for its sleek design and historical significance, this plane model served as a military trainer, a personal aircraft, and even competed as a race plane. The detailed craftsmanship and accuracy make this aircraft model a must-have for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

      Model Dimensions & Specifications:

      • Scale: 1/72
      • Nose-to-Tail Length: 11.5cm (4.5 inches)
      • Wingspan Width: 14.5cm (5.75 inches)
      • Materials: Diecast Metal & ABS Plastic
      • Display: Includes a free display stand
      • Assembly: This is a ready to display model; no painting or assembly required

      The Messerschmitt BF 108, affectionately known as the "Taifun" (Typhoon), played a significant role in aviation history. Developed in the 1930s, this aircraft was admired for its advanced design and performance. It featured a low-wing configuration and could accommodate up to four passengers, making it a popular choice for various roles, including military training and personal transportation. The BF 108 was notably used during World War II and was recognized for its durability and versatility.

      Variants of the Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun:

      • BF 108A: The initial production variant used primarily for civil aviation and training purposes.
      • BF 108B: An improved version with a more powerful engine and enhanced aerodynamics for better performance.
      • BF 108C: A specialized variant equipped with additional navigation and communication equipment for military use.

      The Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun holds a special place in the annals of aviation history. It was designed by Willy Messerschmitt and quickly gained acclaim for its innovative features and capabilities. The aircraft set several records, including speed and distance, and was a favorite among pilots for its handling and reliability. Its use in various roles during World War II highlighted its adaptability and engineering excellence, contributing significantly to the advancements in aircraft technology of its time.

      Enhance your collection with this exquisite Messerschmitt BF 108 Taifun diecast model. Whether you're a seasoned collector or a history enthusiast, this aircraft model is a valuable addition that commemorates an iconic piece of aviation history. Order now to own a meticulously crafted representation of the Taifun, complete with a display stand for showcasing its beauty and detail.

      OX_041_AC107

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      Model Scale
      1/72
      Material
      Zinc Alloy

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