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I-16 type 24

WWII Soviet Fighter

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I-16 type 24

WWII Soviet Fighter

One of the first monoplane fighter aircraft with retractable landing gear was the I-16, developed in the N.N. Polikarpov Design Bureau.

The maiden flight was in December 30, 1934

“Type 24” modification with M-63 engine and reinforced chassis was in production in 1939-1940. It were produced 934 I-16 type 24.

In the summer of 1941 I-16 fighters were the basis of Soviet Fighter Aviation. They participated in air battles in all sectors of the Soviet-German Front. I-16 fighters were used in combat until mid 1943.

Item number
32001

Scale
1:32

Date
15.01.2017

Time period
WW2

Markings
I-16 type 24, 67th Fighter Regiment, South Front, Summer 1941.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 72d Mixed Regiment of the Northern Fleet Aviation, Summer 1941.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 4th Guard Fighter Regiment of the Baltic Fleet Aviation, Winter - Spring 1942.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 254th Fighter Regiment, Leningrad Front, Summer 1943.

Model size (length x width)
192 x 282 mm

Box size
410 x 260 x 55 mm

Number of details
115

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Item number
32001

Scale
1:32

Date
15.01.2017

Time period
WW2

Markings
I-16 type 24, 67th Fighter Regiment, South Front, Summer 1941.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 72d Mixed Regiment of the Northern Fleet Aviation, Summer 1941.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 4th Guard Fighter Regiment of the Baltic Fleet Aviation, Winter - Spring 1942.

Markings
I-16 type 24, 254th Fighter Regiment, Leningrad Front, Summer 1943.

Model size (length x width)
192 x 282 mm

Box size
410 x 260 x 55 mm

Number of details
115

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