The Flying Mule Homepage
Contact Us
Search
for
Flat $4.99 US Shipping*    Cart Empty $0.00
No Sales Tax    US Shipping $0.00
      Total:  $0.00
Code: MP-PS5343-4    Add to wishlist
Price: $20.95
Status: JUL 2020 PRE-ORDER

Click "Add to Cart" to pre-order this item now or
Request to be notified when this item is in stock
Quantity in Cart: none
Quantity:

Postage Stamp Planes PS5343-4
Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen/Zeke Diecast Model
IJNAS, V-107, Saburo Sakai

1:97 Scale   Length   Width
Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen/Zeke   3.75"   4.5"


PLEASE NOTE: This item has a planned arrival date of July 2020 and is only available for PRE-ORDER at this time.
  1. Orders are not shipped until complete. If you wish to receive in-stock items prior to pre-ordered items, you must place separate orders.
  2. Arrival dates are subject to change. Consider them to be estimates as manufacturers frequently revise them.
  3. Credit Cards are not billed until time of shipment. Check or PayPal payment (not recommended) is required at time of order.

The A6M2 "Zero" is a carrier-based fighter aircraft operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II. It was the Allies' main opponent in the Pacific air war, combining long range with superior maneuverability and firepower. It had a maximum speed of 331 mph (532 km/h) and the ability to climb to 6,000 m in under 7.5 minutes, with tremendous range of 1600 miles. It was a legendary deadly weapon in a dogfight, and was famous for its ability to outmaneuver American fighters at the start of the war. The allied forces eventually caught up with the Zero, with development of better aircraft and better techniques, and towards the end of the war the Zero was mostly used for Kamikaze attacks against Allied naval ships. This model is a replica of the Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero, tail V-107, piloted by legendary Saburo Sakai. Japan's most recognized ace.

Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-Sen/Zeke

First flown in April, 1939, the A6M Zero-Sen was the Allies' main opponent in the Pacific and the most famous symbol of Japanese air power during World War II. This carrier-based fighter, designed with a low-monoplane wing and armed with a formidable array of two 20mm cannons and two 7.7mm machine guns, proved capable of handling any of the Allies' aircraft. It wasn't until the Allies studied a captured Zero that they were able to identify and exploit weaknesses such as minimal pilot and fuel tank protection. Zeros became infamous for Kamikaze attacks, in which pilots would intentionally crash explosion-laden aircraft into Allied ships.

Copyright 2003-2020 The Flying Mule, Inc.

Postage Stamp Planes

The "Postage Stamp Planes" range presents affordable, ready-made diecast models of military and civilian aircraft.

"Postage Stamp Planes" diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
  • Presentation stand to display the aircraft "in flight".
  • Authentic ordnance loads.

Copyright 2003-2020 The Flying Mule, Inc.

Recently viewed products:
 
Help  Contact Us  Coupons  Newsletter  Facebook  Product List  Privacy  Site Map 

All Text and Images Copyright The Flying Mule, Inc.