World War II Fighter
A new addition to our growing line of World War II fighters is the Japanese Zero-Sen fighter. This fighter was known for its speed and agility, but it came at the cost of armor protection for the pilot and self sealing fuel tanks. This vulnerability was soon discovered and exploited by US Navy pilots. Although obsolete by 1944, the Zero remained in front line service until the end of the war. Designed by Captain Blackhawk in the classic 'hollow log' style, this sleek sport/stunt model will become a favorite part of your control line squadron.