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Eduard Profipack 1/48 scale A6M2 Zero Type 21 plastic model kit review

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RELATED TOPICS: eduard | world war ii | japan | zero
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While the initial release of Eduard’s 1/48 scale Zero, the Tora, Tora, Tora! dual combo gave the option to build two Pearl Harbor attackers, the follow-up ProfiPack models the early A6M2 variant at Pearl and on through the war. Its five marking options include one flown on December 7, 1941, an overall gray fighter flown by Saburo Sakai at Rabaul in August 1942, a mottled green Rabaul fighter in April 1943, a camouflaged fighter-bomber from May 1944, and a kamikaze airframe in April 1945.

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