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1/48 Corsair Mk.IV (FG-1D) Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Royal Navy 9th August 1945
From Hobby Master
Code: HA8204

Corsair Mk.IV (FG-1D) Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve pilot Lt. Robert Hampton Gray (VC) 1841 Sqn., Royal Navy 9th August 1945

Length: 8.25"
Width: 10"

1/48 scale pre-finished.
Straight wing section can be removed and replaced with a section that makes it look 
like the wings are folded, no hinges.
Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.
Professionally painted.
All markings pad applied for superb results.
Canopy slides open.
Comes with a pilot that can be removed.
Comes with display stand.
Option to easily remove the landing gear and cover the openings with doors.
Extremely sought after by collectors.


The Vought F4U Corsair was literally built around the Pratt & Whitney 2,000 HP radial engine. The engine was so massive and produced so much energy that a Hamilton Standard 13 feet 4 inch propeller, the largest of WWII, was required. The F4U was the first American fighter aircraft to exceed 400 MPH. The Corsair was referred to by the Japanese as “Whispering Death” and became a legend in its own time. This aircraft was one of the most distinctive designs with it bent wings making it an icon.

Robert Hampton “Hammy” Gray was a Canadian Naval Officer with the British Fleet Air Arm in 1941 and joined the 1841 Squadron on HMS Formidable in 1944. The ship was transferred to the British Pacific Fleet in 1945. On August 9, 1945 while leading an attack at Onagawa Bay Japan Lieutenant Gray’s Corsair was hit and burst into flames. Lt. Gray continued his attack and scored a direct hit sinking a destroyer just before he crashed. He was later awarded the Victoria Cross.

Assemble Guide: No assembly required.

Our Price: MYR265.00

  Discontinued  

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