Scale 1:32

Yakovlev Yak-9 M/T

The Yakovlev Yak-9 is considered to be the most important Russian single-seat fighter of the Second World War. The first Yak-9 was derived from the Yak-7B , which went into service in 1942. Yakovlev partially re¬designed the wings to make room for larger fuel tanks. The cockpit was moved back slightly, and the position of the radiator on the belly was...

Reggiane Re.2000 Heja / J20

The Reggiane Re.2000 fighter was designed by Roberto Longhi and Antonio Alessio in 1938 as a result of Longhi’s visit and study in the USA Aircraft manufacture during 1936-37. A meet with Alexander de Seversky during the build of the contemporary P.35 gave Mr. Longhi information and technology for his future fighter project. The Re.2000 was accepted...

Reggiane Re.2000 Falco

The Reggiane Re.2000 fighter was designed by Roberto Longhi and Antonio Alessio in 1938 as a result of Longhi’s visit and study in the USA Aircraft manufacture during 1936-37. A meet with Alexander de Seversky during the build of the contemporary P.35 gave Mr. Longhi information and technology for his future fighter project. The Re.2000 was accepted...

PZL P.11c

The history of the PZL (Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze) P 11 started in 1929. Zygmunt Pulawski, the designer at PZL designed an all metal covered monoplane fighter, when the rest of the world was using biplanes. The design is most recognizable by its gull wing shape, which afforded the pilot a better forward view. After designing the P7. the airframe...

Fokker D.XXI

Designed by Anthony Fokker in 1935, the Fokker D.XXI first flew on March 27th, 1936. The system was originally intended to fill the ranks of the Netherlands East Indies Army Air Service but the arrival of World War 2 eventually pressed it into service with Finland, Denmark and Netherlands air force units against Germany. Operationally, the D.XXI proved...
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