Make a 360° Tour in your favorite Allied Warbird


I stumbled upon this great website of VintageTin, where you are able to visit one of your favorite Allied warbirds in an incredible online 360° tour. Thanks to this opportunity you’ve a detailed, panoramic look inside the cockpits, ball turrets and, or radio rooms and so much more… from various aircraft of World War II and after. Together with this stunning tour, you also receive the aircraft’s history. Check it out!

Available are P-40B ‘Tomahawk’, P-51C ‘Betty Jane’P-51 ‘Toulouse Nuts’ (view on the parts since the Mustang is under construction), B-17G ‘Nine-O-Nine’, B-24J ‘Witchcraft’B-25J ‘Tondalayo’, B-25H ‘Barbie III’AT-11 Kansan, F-4U CorsairF-6F Hellcat, SB2C Helldiver or TBM-3E Avenger.

If these weren’t enough, take a look into C-46 ‘Tinker Bell’C-47A Skytrain, C-17 Globemaster IIIF-86F ‘Skyblazers’, F-104 Starfighter, English Electric Canberra TT.18, HU-16B AlbatrossMarchetti S.211, 1929 Ford Tri-Motor or North American Rockwell Space Shuttle and many more…

You can also look at the reconstruction, restoration and refurbishment of a Vergeltungswaffe-2. They even have tours in helicopters such as the UH-60 Blackhawk.

Note: Give the website the time to load, it may take several seconds before the red balls (clickable to enter the 360° tour) appear in the aircraft model. Just watch out when you are taking a look into the Bombardier’s place in B-17G ‘Nine-O-Nine’, where you will have an extra panoramic look on someone’s butt stationed in the front hatch.

Into the seat of a B-17's Bombardier. (Credits: VintageTin)

Into the seat of a B-17’s Bombardier. (Credits: VintageTin)

Cockpit of B-17G 'Nine-O-Nine' (Credits: VintageTin)

Cockpit of B-17G ‘Nine-O-Nine’ (Credits: VintageTin)

Inside the Ball Turret of B-24J Witchcraft. (Credits: VintageTin)

Inside the Ball Turret of B-24J Witchcraft. (Credits: VintageTin)

Inside the cockpit of P-51C 'Betty Jane' (Credits: VintageTin)

Inside the cockpit of P-51C ‘Betty Jane’ (Credits: VintageTin)


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Argunners Magazine is an independent online historian and collector's magazine, dedicated to the militaria and history of both Axis and Allied powers during the World War 1 & 2. Argunners is a central resource offering the latest militaria and war history news, journals, articles and press releases related to these themes.

1 Comment

  1. Onno van Maanen on

    i KNOW THIS IS AN AMERICAN WEBSITE about WW2 planes !!! Very good stuff!!

    But it disappoints me WHY isn´t there one single GERMAN plane like the ME/109 or the Focke Wulf 190 ==
    Althoulghi love this website, i must say it s VERY one sided !!!!

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