Supermarine Walrus Mk I
      Supermarine Walrus Mk I
      Supermarine Walrus Mk I
      Supermarine Walrus Mk I
      Supermarine Walrus Mk I

      Supermarine Walrus Mk I Aircraft Model

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      A 1/72 scale diecast model aircraft of a Supermarine Walrus Mk I.

      Operation Torch - North Africa, 1942.

      A British single-engine amphibious biplane reconnaissance aircraft which first flew in 1933.

      Includes a premium quality presentation box & display stand.

      This model has a nose-to-tail length of 16cm (6.25") and a wingspan width of 20cm (7.75").

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      Supermarine Walrus Mk I Diecast Model

      Introducing the exquisite 1/72 scale diecast model aircraft of the Supermarine Walrus Mk I. This meticulously crafted model captures the essence of the Walrus, a British single-engine amphibious biplane reconnaissance aircraft that first flew in 1933. This model is a valuable addition to any aircraft model collection.

      Model Dimensions & Specifications:

      • Scale: 1/72
      • Nose-to-Tail Length: 16 cm (6.25 inches)
      • Wingspan Width: 20 cm (7.75 inches)
      • Materials: Diecast Metal & ABS Plastic
      • Display: Includes a premium quality presentation box & display stand
      • Assembly: This is a ready to display model; no painting or assembly required

      The Supermarine Walrus Mk I was designed for maritime reconnaissance, search and rescue, and general utility duties. It was known for its robust construction, excellent handling, and versatility in various roles. The Walrus was primarily operated by the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force during World War II, providing crucial support in reconnaissance missions and air-sea rescues. Its amphibious capabilities allowed it to operate from both sea and land, making it an indispensable asset in numerous wartime operations.

      The Supermarine Walrus had several notable features and variants, each designed to enhance its operational capabilities:

      • Walrus Mk I: The initial production version, equipped with a Bristol Pegasus II M2 radial engine, known for its reliability and robust performance.
      • Walrus Mk II: An improved variant with a metal hull for increased durability and better performance in rough sea conditions.
      • Seagull V: The Australian version of the Walrus, used extensively by the Royal Australian Air Force for reconnaissance and rescue missions.

      This aircraft model honors the historical significance and technological advancements of the Supermarine Walrus Mk I. As a key player in maritime operations, the Walrus's contributions to reconnaissance and rescue missions during World War II were substantial. Its amphibious design and versatile performance made it a favorite among pilots and a critical asset in various theaters of war. This diecast model meticulously replicates the Walrus Mk I, making it a prized piece for collectors and aviation history enthusiasts.

      Enhance your collection with this meticulously detailed Supermarine Walrus Mk I diecast model. Its historical significance and exceptional craftsmanship make it a must-have for any aircraft model enthusiast. Order now and bring a piece of aviation history to your display!

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      Data sheet

      Model Scale
      1/72
      Material
      Zinc Alloy

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      James B23/11/2020
      Supermarine Walrus Mk I

      Beautiful model down to the rigging lines. The camouflage scheme and white stars were especially emotive since my father served in the 8th Army in North Africa.

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