The Zero possessed complete mastery in the air over the Pacific until the Battle of Midway in June 1942, which became the actual turning point of the Pacific War. The installation of the Kinsei engine brought Zero closer to Allied standards attained at that stage in the war, but the overwhelming industrial capacity of the United States made it apparent that victory for the Allies had become a foregone conclusion.
Guadalcanal Corsair & Zero Set
Vought F4U-1 Corsair
1st Lt. Foy R. "Poncho" Garison
Scale 1/72 Wing Span 6.75"
Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero
Ens. Saburo Saito
Scale 1/72 Wing Span 6.5"
Both models are made of diecast metal and come with platform.