Corsair F4U-4 US Navy/Marines inverted gull wing fighter. Featuring raised panel lines, actual folding wings, retracting landing gear and doors. Optional armament, 3 external drop tanks, 2 - 1000 lbs. bombs and 8 underwing rockets.
The Corsair, single place Navy fighter, was the last propeller-driven fighter made in the U.S. Unique in appearance with its inverted gull wing shape, it was designed for carrier operation but was flown from Pacific airstrips by Marine Corps pilots and enjoyed a distinguished postwar career in Korea.