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Dehavilland DH82 Tiger Moth V01

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:863192
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:No
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Currently sells 8079 products
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Legal Notice: The intellectual property depicted in this model , including the brand "de havilland", is not affiliated with or endorsed by the original rights holders.

Tiger Moth is built very near to scale, within a few inches of actual general dimensions It comes with a lot of detail, detailed cockpits and all textures and materials. This model also has many animatable features including propeller, ailerons, elevators, rudder, landing gear and cockpit controls. This model also comes with a wide range of formats.

The Dehavilland DH-82 Tiger moth was derived from an earlier moth variant built by de Havilland in response top a Royal Air Force requirement.

The DH-82 Tiger Moth was a derivative of the DH-71 Tiger Moth and that was a development from another of the popular moth designs by de Havilland. The DH-82 was used in services of the British Royal Air Force, Canadian air Force, Australian Air Force and the New Zealand Air Forces. The last being withdrawn from service in 1952 ending 20 years of service with the military. After ending service with the military most were sold out to civilians as a sport and training aircraft many remain in service to this day. Almost 9000 Tiger Moths were built. The Tiger moth was further developed into the Thruxton Jackaroo
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