Hong Kong Models 1/32 Dornier Do 335 B-2 Zerstorer Model Kit

The Dornier Do 335 was a combat aircraft of the German Luftwaffe in the Second World War. The aircraft developed by Dornier had an engine at the front and rear. At the time of its first flight in 1943, the aircraft was the fastest piston-powered aircraft in the world.
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SKU: HKM-01E07
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Dornier Do-335 "arrow"

The Dornier Do 335 was a combat aircraft of the German Luftwaffe in the Second World War. The aircraft developed by Dornier had an engine at the front and rear. At the time of its first flight in 1943, the aircraft was the fastest piston-powered aircraft in the world. The Dornier 335 no longer took an active part in the fighting in the Second World War. By the end of the war only 28 machines of the pre-production series (A-0) and 11 of the first production machines (A-1) had been completed. 50 more machines were already in the advanced state of construction.

There were two prototypes M13 (W No. 230013) and M14 (W No. 230014) from the planned B-2 series (destroyer variant). These machines also had two MK 103 machine guns in the wings as well as a new and reinforced front panel of the cockpit hood. In addition, the bow landing gear of the aircraft was also reinforced.

The Do 335 was able to reach a top speed of 730 - 770 km / h (depending on the version) with its unusual drive. Another special feature of the aircraft was the sling seat. The aircraft was officially called "arrow" because of its long nose and the high-legged chassis construction.

  • Scale: 1:32
  • Wingspan: 485mm (M13 with increased wing area)
  • Overall length: 433mm
  • Incl. nose weight
  • Incl. Photo-etched parts
  • Contains 283 items
  • 7 sprays
  • Characteristics of the B-2 variant like modified cockpit glazing and MK-103 machine guns in the wings as well as a reinforced bow suspension
  • Decals by Cartograf

Three variants buildable:  

  • M13 (W No. 230013 - ID RP + UP) - Optional with increased wing area on 41m²  
  • M14 (W No. 230014 - identification RP + UQ)  
  • M14 (W-Nr. 230014) as a French booty (1945 - 1948)