Miniature Hawker Hurricane Fighter Good For Collection –
For those of you Slot Joker123 Online lovers who like miniature toys, especially miniature fighter planes.
For those of you who want to add to the collection of fighter aircraft, you can choose a miniature Hawker Hurricane aircraft, why I told you to choose this one fighter.
because this plane was an eagle during World War Two, which was very feared at that time.
Hurricane is a British-made fighter, produced by Hawker Aircraft, Ldt.
this aircraft has a crew that was developed in the 1930s.
Hurricane was made to fly high-performance fighter planes that had existed before,
with eight 0.303-inch machine guns mounted on the wing.
Miniature Hawker Hurricane Fighter Good For Collection
This aircraft has a power of up to 1,200 horsepower with 12 cylinders so called merlin,
hurricane aircraft is a revolution from the previous aircraft that is the Hawkey Fury Biplane.
The Hurricane aircraft during World War Two was the feared aircraft, and the deadliest at that time.
For those of you who like this airplane, toy companies in the UK make miniatures, which are only 100 units produced in the world.
How do you have an interest in this one toy, from the story of the history of this aircraft would make you really want to have it.
Production details of Hawker Hurricane aircraft
Miniature Hawker Hurricane fighter for collection or toys. Suitable for those of you who have high enthusiasm for this sophisticated aircraft.
Made of iron solid and sturdy. The wheels can be run. Gray color as the original.
This F-22 raptor fighter miniature has the following specifications:
Length: 10.3 cm
Width: 7.3 cm
Height: 2.1 cm (front wheel to the cockpit roof)
The production version of this aircraft was given the name Hawker Hurricane when it first appeared on April 9, 1997 at Lockheed-Georgia Co., Marietta, Georgia.
In September 1930, British Air Force officials changed the name of the Raptor to Hawker Hurricane. This naming, which is similar to the British Navy’s F / A-18 Hornet, aims to promote the image of the Raptor as a fighter plane as well as a land attack aircraft, due to debates that took place in the British government about the importance of very expensive air superiority fighter aircraft. This name was later returned to Hawker Hurricane alone on December 12, 1930,