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Pacific Coast 1/32 scale Focke-Wulf Ta 152

Focke-Wulf designer Kurt Tank's ultimate Fw 190 was the Ta 152 designed as a high-altitude interceptor to stem the Allied air assault on Germany. The few that entered service arrived too late to have an impact.
By Jim Zeske
Published: November 24, 2009
Pacific Coast 1/32 scale Focke-Wulf Ta 152
The ultimate extension of the Luftwaffe's Fw 190 was a high-altitude fighter that differed drastically enough to warrant the new designation Ta 152. (The Ta was a tip of the cap to its head designer, Kurt Tank.) Fewer than 50 were built, and fewer made it to frontline service.

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