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130014 VI+AN 262 S9 First flew May 1944. 130015 VI+AO 262 S10 First flew May 1944. Survived to at least 26 April 1945, when it is recorded as with JV 44, but finally found abandoned at Lechfeld, war’s end. 130016 VI+AP 262 S11 First flew May 1944. 130017 VI+AQ 262 S12 Lt. Alfred Schreiber First 262 to engage an enemy aircraft, a 544 Sqn Mosquito, 26 July 1944. Broken up October 1944. 130018 VI+AR 262 S13 First flew June 1944. Broken up October 1944. 130019 VI+AS 262 S14 First flew June 1944. 130020 VI+AT 262 S15 First flew June 1944.
It features a high level of interior detail. In common with most of Trumpeter’s earlier releases, tyres are flexible vinyl. This will not please some modellers (myself included), but the seam lines are small and detail is good. We are also offered the choice of two different nose wheels. Trumpeter’s research is more thorough than mine, in that the two wheels are different widths. I had thought that they were just different tread patterns. Multimedia content is further boosted with a set of photo-etched harnesses.
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