The most common of the FW 190 fighters, the A8 variant entered production in early 1944. Over 6500 FW 190A-8's flew into service during WWII. Featuring thicker cowling armour, an emergency boost system, paddle-bladed props, powerful 30mm wing cannons and a bubble canopy design that provided better visability to their pilots. Flown by highly decorated German Luftwaffe Ace Josef Pips Prillar, this FW 190A-8 infamously strafed Allied forces coming ashore on Normandy's Sword Beach on D-Day. Features: Constructed of both die cast metal and plastic; rotating prop; accurate markings; and included weapons.
|WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD! Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age.|
|This is an accurate scale model and not a toy. It is a collectors model and not suitable for children under 14 years of age.|
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