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P-26 Peashooter 94th Squadron' (1/63) (5560)


The P-26 fighter, the first Boeing all-metal, low-wing monoplane fighter with its wings braced by wires, rather than struts, drew heavily on the Monomail design. Powered by a 600-horsepower P&W Wasp engine, the 23-foot 7-inch long airplane could fly 234 mph. Its initial high landing speeds were reduced by the addition of wing flaps in the production models. The Army ordered 126 production-model P-26s, and Boeing built 12 for export. This P-26 belonged to the 94th Pursuit Squadron (Michigan,1927).

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 21 March, 2010.

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