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A6M Zero Saboru Sakai Model

Japanese Zero A6M Sakai Fighter Wood Model Airplane

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A6M Zero Saboru Sakai Model


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Own a piece of History from the world's greatest pilots with our A6M Zero Saboru Sakai display wooden plane!

Model Airplane: A6M Zero Fighter aircraft
Wingspan: 16.75"
Fuselage Length: 11"
Scale: 1/32
Material: mahogany wood
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi
Era: World War II
Branch: Imperial Japanese Navy

Model Airplane Factory, makers of hand made model aircraft, presents to you our A6M Zero Sakai model airplane. It is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original Japanese Zero aircraft. After passing through several stages of sanding and priming, our talented artists paint and detail the A6M Zero Saboru Sakai model replica with historically correct markings of the aircraft. Multiple coats of clear lacquer is applied in Saboru Sakai Zero model plane to protect the exquisite artwork and provide an overall glossy finish.


The Mitsubishi A6M Zero ("A" for fighter, 6th model, "M" for Mitsubishi) was a lightweight, carrier-based fighter aircraft employed by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service from 1940 to 1945. Its history mirrored the fortunes of Imperial Japan in World War II. At the time it was introduced, the Mitsubishi A6M was the best carrier-based fighter plane in the world and was greatly feared by Allied pilots.

The Japanese ace Saburo Sakai described how the resilience of early Allied aircraft was a factor in preventing the Zeros from total domination. He first took part in aerial combat flying the Mitsubishi A5M in the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938-1939 and was wounded. As a third-class petty officer, Sakai shot down a Russian built DB-3 bomber in October 1939. Later he was selected to fly the Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero fighter in combat over China.


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