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Westland Welkin without bombs 1:285 x6 FUD 3d printed

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Westland Welkin without bombs 1:285 x6 FUD 3d printed
Westland Welkin without bombs 1:285 x6 FUD 3d printed

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Westland Welkin without bombs 1:285 x6 FUD

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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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The Westland Welkin was a British twin-engine heavy fighter from the Westland Aircraft Company, designed to fight at extremely high altitudes, in the stratosphere; the word welkin meaning "the vault of heaven" or the upper atmosphere. First conceived in 1940, it was built from 1942–43 in response to the arrival of modified Junkers Ju 86P bombers flying reconnaissance missions that suggested the Luftwaffe might attempt to re-open the bombing of England from high altitude. The threat never materialised; consequently, Westland produced only a small number of Welkins and few of these flew.

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Westland Welkin without bombs 1:285 x6 FUD
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17.43 x 12.73 x 1.46 cm
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