SPECIAL Exterior Gray Skin Mitsubishi A6M3 Mod. 32 Zero Relic Display 1 of 1

Very rare and well preserved examples of the Pearl Harbor-era early war Japanese A6M2-A6M3 overall gloss gray paint from a Model 32 with full history:
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Mitsubishi A6M3 Mod. 32 Zero. This aircraft (serial number 3145/3148) was built in September 1942 and assigned to the 252nd Kokutai. It was deployed to Taroa Atoll in the Marshall Islands and given tail code ‘Y2-128’. On April 18th 1943 it was likely involved with the interception of Lt. Louis Zamperini’s B-24D Liberator, and later was probably flown in combat by the famous Ace, Isamu Miyazaki. 
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Includes two pieces of duraluminum skin. One reveals the exterior gray over Aotake, which was recovered from the wheel well. The other is gray over iron oxide primer from an exterior area under the fuselage. 
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One-of-a-kind!


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