40002 PZL P.11c Model Kit 1/48!

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    • 40002
    • Manufacturer: Arma Hobby
    • Availability: In Stock
      Delivery time: 1-3 days
    • Type: Aeroplane kit
    • Medium: plastic
    • Scale: 1/48
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    • Net Price: €20.49 €25.20

    P.11c plastic kit 1/48 scale, economy set.

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    40002 PZL P.11c Model Kit 1/48!

    40002 PZL P.11c Model Kit 1/48!

    €25.20
    (€20.49 )
    EDUFE1175 1/48 PZL P.11c seatbelts STEEL (Arma Hobby)!

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    EDU491175 SET PZL P.11c 1/48  (Arma Hobby)!

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    EDUEX772 PZL P.11c 1/48  Masks (ARMA HOBBY)!

    EDUEX772 PZL P.11c 1/48 Masks (ARMA HOBBY)!

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    40002 PZL P.11c Model Kit 1/48!

    40002 PZL P.11c Model Kit 1/48!

    €25.20
    (€20.49 )
    D48057 - Stanisław Skalski 1939-1957 - decals

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    PZL P.11c fighter aeroplane kit 1/48 scale, set contents:

    • plastic parts (new tool 2021)
    • Decals byTechmod with two colour schemes
    • photoetched fret with seatbelts, gunsight and bomb racks

    Markings options

    • PZL P.11c, 131. Fighter Squadron from Poznań, in 1939 in „Poznań” Army. After encirclement by the Germans on 17th September 2nd Lt. Henryk Bibrowicz (2 victories) and 2nd Lt.  Lech Grzybowski (2 victories) flew this airplane to Małaszewicze airbase and left there. After the war outbreak squadron marking on the fuselage and national markings on the wing upper surface overpainted with camouflage colour.
    • PZL P.11c, 122. Fighter Squadron from Cracow, in 1939 in „Kraków” Army. Flown by Cadet Władysław Chciuk (2 victories), damaged in combat on 1st September and left in Bielsko-Aleksandrowice airbase. After the war outbreak squadron marking, „8” number on the fuselage and national markings on the rudder and on the wing upper surface were overpainted with camouflage colour.