Corsair: Vought's F4U in World War II and Korea

David Doyle
Item #85182

This 114-page hardcover is brimming with photos in chapters about each version of the Corsair from the prototype XF4U-1 to the F4U-7 - an essential reference for anyone planning to build any (or all!) of them.
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There are some aircraft that are instantly recognizable and the Corsair is right at the top of that list with its long nose, bent wings, and distinctive vertical tail. But it is the F4U’s performance and combat record in World War II, Korea, and elsewhere that make it perennially popular modeling subject with hundreds of kits to choose from.

If you are planning to build any (or all!) of them, pick up David Doyle’s Corsair: Vought’s F4U in World War II and Korea from Schiffer’s Legends of Warfare series.

This 114-page hardcover is brimming with photos in chapters about each version of the fighter from the prototype XF4U-1 to the F4U-7. Many include details like cockpits and engines, great for modeling. The last two chapters cover the Corsair in action in WWII and after. These images provide weathering ideas and diorama inspiration.

Author: David Doyle
Size: 9x9
Pages: 112
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