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SBD   Dauntless, Blue/White Airplane Model Toy. Mahogany Wood Model Aircraft Scale: 1/28


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  • Model Airplane's Length: 14"
  • Model Plane's Wingspan: 14"
  • Wood Model Plane Scale is 1/28
  • Missiles and bombs attached. This fine quality display model airplane includes a decorative desk stand.
  • Hand Crafted Mahogany wood. Made in the US and shipped from the US using UPS Ground. Please allow 7 business days to arrive.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B00ABG5AGW
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months and up
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SBD   Dauntless, Blue/White Airplane Model Toy. Mahogany Wood Model Aircraft Scale: 1/28.The Douglas SBD Dauntless was a naval dive bomber made by Douglas during World War II. The SBD was the United States Navy's main dive bomber from mid-1940 until late 1943, when it was supplanted, although not entirely replaced, by the SB2C Helldiver. The Northrop BT-1 provided the basis for the SBD, which began manufacture in 1940. Ed Heinemann led a team of designers who considered a development with a 1,000 hp (746 kW) Wright Cyclone powerplant. A year earlier, both the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps had placed orders for the new dive bombers, designated the SBD-1 and SBD-2 (the latter had increased fuel capacity and different armament). The SBD-1 went to the Marine Corps in late 1940, and the SBD-2 went to the Navy in early 1941.

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