The Me 262 was the first jet interceptor/fighter-bomber in the world to be produced in series and was used from June 1944. With a maximum speed of 865 km/h at an altitude of 6000 m, it operated against allied bomber formations. Model details: Detailed surface structures with flush butt joints; Detailed cockpit with instrument panel; Two detailed engine pods; Detailed landing gear; Two yplon and two reserve tanks; Two WGR 21 launchers; and Detailed decals for two versions III/JG.7 and III.E JG.2. Paint colors needed: Matt Anthracite Gray, Matt Light Olive, Matt Mouse Gray, Metallic Aluminum, Matt Tar Black, Matt Carmin Red, Matt Blue, Metallic Steel, Matt Light Green, Matt White, Matt Gray, Matt Granite Gray, Matt Bronze Green, and Matt Yellow.
- Detailed surface structures with flush butt joints
- Detailed cockpit with instrument panel
- Two detailed engine pods
- Two WGR 21 launchers
- Detailed decals for two versions III/JG.7 and III.E JG.2