Tamiya 60781 1/72 IL-2 !

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    • T60781
    • Manufacturer: Tamiya
    • Availability: Low stock
    • Type: Aeroplane kit
    • Medium: plastic
    • Scale: 1/72
    • Remarks: Requires assembly and painting by modeller. Pictures represents finished kit example.
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    • Net Price: €19.59 €24.09

    Model latającego czołgu, "Szturmowika" Ił-2M3 w skali 1 /72, Tamiya

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    Tamiya 60781 1/72 IL-2 !

    (€19.59 )
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    The Ilyushin IL-2 Shturmovik was the Russian military's main ground-attack aircraft during WWII, with over 36,000 examples built by the end of the war. Production of the single-seat version of the IL-2 began in March 1941 but severe losses led to the development of a two-seat version with a rear gunner. A version which featured outer wing sections swept back at 15-degrees for a better center of gravity was introduced in late-1943. Together with the T-34 tank, the Il-2 contributed greatly to the eventual Russian victory.

    About the Model

    ★1/72 scale plastic display model assembly kit of the Ilyushin IL-2 Shturmovik.

    ★Length: 162mm、Width: 203mm ★Accurately reproduces the aircraft's robust form while offering easy assembly.

    ★Intake duct as well as radiator and oil cooler parts enable accurate reproduction of the radiator mechanism.

    ★Two-seat cockpit and wheel well also feature rich finish.

    ★Includes two types of 23mm cannon fairings.

    ★Parts for 100kg and 250kg bombs as well as three types of launch rails for RS-132 rockets are also included.

    ★Choose from three types of markings.


    ■Highly realistic finish on fuselage and wing surfaces guarantees accurate reproduction of the IL-2's robust looks.

    ■Wooden rear fuselage features two-seat cockpit and wings set at 15 degrees.

    ■Sturdy wheel well with armored shutters on fuselage underside recreated in fine detail. 6th GV OShAP 566th ShAP, Leningrad, 1944