victories, a number of which is scored in this aircraft. He watches on as a crewman adds Elder's last victory to his scoreboard.
This limited edition collectible features a wingspan of 14.25". Suggested retail price is $109.99.
Aviation Archive, War in the Pacific - Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, Aleutian Islands 1943
From the heat of North Africa to the deep-freeze of Stalingrad, the scope of WWII is still difficult to truly fathom. Here's yet another example of the widespread nature of the war -- the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk of the Aleutian Islands Flying Tigers.
This nimble flyer patrolled the northern skies against hostile aircraft, flying in often difficult conditions. This version with a white spinner was one of the latest P-40E's to be still flying when attached to the 11th Fighter Squadron in 1943.
A limited edition collectible. Suggested retail price is $27.99
Aviation Archive, The Korean War - North American F-86F Sabre
The afterglow of victory in WWII was replaced by new concern as hostilities broke out on the Korean peninsula. America returned to the air with a new generation of fighter planes, including the F-86F Sabre, the U.S. Air Force's first swept-wing jet fighter. Among the pilots to fly this sleek craft was John Glenn.
The Corgi replica features fully authentic markings and design, and a wingspan of over six inches. Suggested retail price is $32.99
About Corgi International
Corgi International, based in Hong Kong, sells die-cast collectible products under its own brand. In the U.S. the branded company is known as Corgi USA. Corgi also produces high quality die-cast and plastic products for multi-national companies that market collectible or gift items worldwide. The company has a high volume manufacturing operation in China and sales offices worldwide.
Retailers and consumers interested in more information can call 1-800-800-CORGI, or visit the company's website at: http://www.corgi-international.com.
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