Fiat CR.42 Falco (“Falcon”) – a single-seat biplane fighter, was the main fighter of the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force) in the initial period of World War II.
The aircraft was developed by the Fiat design office under the direction of Celestino Rosatelli. Serial production was carried out from February 1939 to June 1944 at the Fiat plant in Turin. A total of 1782 aircraft were produced.
Length 258 mm, wingspan 303 mm, includes 161 parts. Decal sheet of 2 variants is included.