This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
This kit from Mirko Mir is a new mold! The G-IA is a twin-engine heavy catamaran fighter developed by Fokker of the Netherlands just before the war, and the prototype G-I equipped with the Hispano-Suiza engine flew for the first time in 1937. It was heavily armed with eight of the 7.92mm machine gun in front of the fuselage, and one more swivel-mounted 7.92mm machine gun in the rear; the rear part of the fuselage was fully glazed to ensure a wide view, as it was designed for reconnaissance and bombing missions. At the time of the German invasion in 1940, 23 units were deployed, but most of them were destroyed on the ground, and the remaining aircraft fought desperately to the end, shooting down 14 German aircraft. The aircraft that remained on the production line at the Fokker factory after the German occupation of the Netherlands were used as combat trainers.
This kit includes painting mask stickers, photo-etched parts, multiple types of decals, and a three-dimensional waterslide decal for the instrument panel and seat belts. The central cabin is molded in clear plastic as well. Order yours today!
- [Size]: Approximately 16cm long, 23.8cm wingspan when completed
- [Includes]: Painting mask stickers, photo-etched parts, decals, waterslide decals for instrument panel and seat belts