Explore these ideas and more!

Explore related topics

Revell 1:72 Me 262A-1a http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234938558-172-me-262a-1a-and-me-262b-1au1-from-revell/

Me and Me from Revell

Messerschmitt Me264 two Engines - only 3 prototypes were built with the intention of flying as far as New York but they had to drop the project to concentrate on fighters. The first flight was in 1942 , the project was cancelled in 1944.

Messerschmitt Me 264 - only 3 prototypes were built with the intention of flying as far as New York but they had to drop the project to concentrate on fighters. The first flight was in 1942 , the project was cancelled in

Kuvahaun tulos haulle luftwaffe late ww2 camouflage

Kuvahaun tulos haulle luftwaffe late ww2 camouflage

Mitsubishi AIM-6 Zero

Mitsubishi makes cool cars like the Eclpse and Lancer that people love to mod with headlight, taillight, window tints, dash its and of custom accessories.

Messerschmitt Me 262 variants color II by kitchener.lord, via Flickr

The Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe (“Swallow”) was the world’s first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft. Work started before World War II began, but engine problems prevented the aircraft from.

671fca894f4dd11062b7ae2a00f803f8.jpg (564×796)

Dornier Do 335 'Pfeil' Heavy Multi Role Fighter/ nightfighter/ variations. Max speed cruise service ceiling with droptank VE-day about 90 aircraft were produced 60 or so were flown and only about 20 were delivered to combat units

The Blohm & Voss BV 222 Wiking (Viking) was a large, six-engined German flying boat of World War II, and the largest flying boat to achieve operational status during the war.

Engine: 6 x Junkers Jumo liquid-cooled opposed piston diesel engines, 745 kW each. Armament: 3 x 20 mm MG cannons, 5 x 13 mm in) MG 131 machine guns. Max Speed: 300 km/h mph, 162 kn)

Messerschmitt Me-262

Messerschmitt Me 262 'Schwalbe' German for Swallow. The first production jet aircraft produced near the end of

Bf-109G

A look at the famous Messerschmidt Bf 109 of World War II.

Swordfish

"The Fairey Swordfish Mks. I-IV" by Ian G. Stott identifies this photo as "[Swordfish] Mk. 835 Squadron aboard the escort carrier H. Battler in

Pinterest
Search