The Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Jr. is a radial 9-cylinder engine manufactured in the United States in the 1930s. The BB Racer R-1 was loaded with a slightly larger R-1340. For R-2, the small R-985 was selected to reduce air resistance. He was active as a power source for Gee Bee Z, Boeing Stearman, Grumman Goose, etc.
[M001] 1/48 P&W R-985 ENGINE
3,500JPY + Shipping Cost
It is the basic shape of the engine by inserting a cylinder (made of aluminum) with fine grooves around the aluminum crankcase carved into a nonagon. The mounting angle of the variable pitch propeller can be freely determined. The counterweight is also reproduced. Nine parts with just a propeller. I was too particular about it. With a magnetic stand. Please enjoy the microcosm with a diameter of 2.5 cm.
The target age of our products is over 15 years old. When making a child, be sure to have a guardian, be careful not to wear sharp parts, do not wear a bag containing parts, and handle and store tools. The materials of our products are mainly brass, copper, stainless steel, white metal, magnets and cypress. Please be careful if you have allergies.
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