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A-1H Skyraider Die Cast Model VA-176, USS Intrepid, 1966 (1:72)
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Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA2917 -

    Hobby Master 1-72 Air PowerHA2917 Douglas A-1H Skyraider 412, VA-176, USS Intrepid, 1966The A-1 Skyraider originated as a carrier-based torpedo and dive bomber. Deliveries as the AD-1 to the Navy began in November 1946 and in 1962 was renamed A-1. It was the first single-seat torpedo/dive bomber to serve with the Navy. The primary mission of the A-1 was close air support for ground troops because of its heavy ordnance load and accuracy. The aircraft had great success in Korea and Vietnam....

    A1H Skyraider Papoose Flight (1:110)
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    Postage Stamp Diecast Planes Item #: PS5364-3 -

      A1H Skyraider Papoose Flight (1:110) By Postage Stamp Diecast Planes Item Number: PS5364-3 About Postage Stamp Diecast Planes Postage Stamp plane models (formerly known as Model Power models) has a long history of producing affordable, ready made diecast airplanes in the 5" to 8" range. The production scale varies by the planes as they are made to fit existing box sizes rather then to consistent scale size. Using fit-to-box manufacturer and designing the models without landing gear helps to...

      AD-3 Skyraider VMA-121, US Marines, Korean War (1:72)
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      Hobby Master Diecast Airplanes Item #: HA2918 -

        Hobby Master 1/72 Air PowerHA2918 Douglas AD-3 Skyraider 122743, VMA-121, US Marines, Korean WarThe A-1 Skyraider originated as a carrier-based torpedo and dive bomber. Deliveries as the AD-1 to the Navy began in November 1946 and in 1962 was renamed A-1. It was the first single-seat torpedo/dive bomber to serve with the Navy. The primary mission of the A-1 was close air support for ground troops because of its heavy ordnance load and accuracy. The aircraft had great success in Korea and...

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