1:72 scale Haunebu II
December 19, 2016 – For Immediate Release
MMD-Squadron is proud to announce the launch of a new line of exclusive plastic model kits from Squadron Models. Featuring brand new tooling, this inaugural product is setting a new standard in plastic modelling with extraordinary attention to detail on every part in every kit. Introducing the 1:72 scale Haunebu II, Squadron Models has left nothing out; highly articulated parts, four color instruction manual, and high end packaging. The packaging features amazing art by world renowned illustrator, Vincenzo Auletta and the Instruction Manual features a brief history on this infamous WW II project lead by the Luftwaffe beginning in the late 1930s.
Squadron Models mission is to elevate the art of modelling and grow the modelling hobby through unique subjects, new technologies, and superlative experiences across generations. The introduction of the Haunebu II accomplishes this mission not only through its impressive execution, but also through its incredible story. Fact or Fantasy – only you can decide if this top secret documented project in Hitler’s Third Reich ever took flight. Was Germany able to develop manned space flight decades before the US/Soviet space race? Had science advanced further than anyone in the western world even dreamed of back in the early 1940s?
Years of research has gone into the development of this state-of-the-art tooling created to produce this precision model kit. The kit has been crafted in 1:72 scale purposefully to encourage creation of dioramas with other 1:72 scale WW II models to complement a Haunebu II scenario. For a complete “Out of the Box” review, visit https://youtu.be/XEkZ1S2qZXk to see all the detail included with the kit.
For more information on the launch of the Haunebu II and other new projects developed by Squadron Models, check out Squadronmodels.com or call 1-877-414-0434 today.
MMD-Squadron is based in Carrollton, Texas and has been serving the modelling community since 1968. In addition to a vast array of model kits and accessories, the company also publishes a line of historical military books with over 500 published titles that have been sold in countries all over the world.
To learn more, visit www.squadron.com.