PKROD340 Focke Wulf Fw 200 Condor
The FW 200C-6 Condor was a German four-engine military aircraft converted from the civilian FW 200B airliner in the early part of World War II. The main tasks of the aircraft were patrolling the open ocean and sinking enemy ships. Thanks to its good performance, and special tactics in the early years of the war, the FW 200 together with the Kriegsmarine submarines were almost the main threat to Great Britain's survival. In time, their role was not so significant and was reduced to conducting reconnaissance missions over the sea, and they were also used as carriers of Hs 293 guided bombs designed to destroy targets at long-range. In total, 20 aircraft of this variant were produced, which participated in the final period of World War II in Europe.
Markings for w.n. 0230 DP+QR, 2/KG.40, France early 1944.
Plastic model assembly kit, requires paint and glue.
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Released May'20