The Luftwaffe bomber with twice the firepower.
The design for the Heinkel He 111Z Zwilling combined two standard He 111s to create one virtually unstoppable aircraft. It was powered by five 1,340 hp Jumo 211F engines, which provided an unexpected benefit. If three of the centrally positioned power plants failed, the He 111Z could fly on the two remaining engines. The subsequently planned (but never produced) He 111Z-2 required additional Hirth TK 11 superchargers to carry up to four Henschel Hs 293 guided missiles at once. By the time the He 111Z-2 would have been produced in 1944, Germany abandoned the costly production of bomber aircraft. This limited edition kit features parts for two new resin bomb racks and six SC1000 bombs. Includes fictional markings for the Luftwaffe 2./KG100, Code: 6N + SK, Russia.
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Stock Number: HSGS1940
Mfg. Number: 01940
Skill Level 3