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1:32 Tamiya A6M2 - suitable for the 1940 GB?


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Seeing as Tamiya's A6M2 is the Type 21 it would not qualify. The Type 12 first saw combat in September 1940. The primary difference between the 2 is that the 21 had folding wingtips to clear the elevators on Japanese aircraft carriers. Info taken from Robert C. Mikeshs' book, "Zero Fighter".

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Seeing as Tamiya's A6M2 is the Type 21 it would not qualify. The Type 12 first saw combat in September 1940. The primary difference between the 2 is that the 21 had folding wingtips to clear the elevators on Japanese aircraft carriers. Info taken from Robert C. Mikeshs' book, "Zero Fighter".

 

Unless you convert it to the model 12...

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