Regia Aeronautica (Italian Airforce) Bundle (1:200th)

PGA690B
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£43.33 £16.67

This set contains 3 planes which have been painted to a tabletop standard.

Included are the - Falco, Saetto and Spaviero, these models are supplied with stands and propellers. 

These models are a Compatible Scale for use with Blood Red Skies and other game systems.

Scale 1:200

Material: Painted White Metal

The Macchi C.200 Saetta, or MC-200, was a fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy. The C. 200 flew more operational sorties than any other Italian aircraft.

Alongside the Fiat CR.42 biplane, the Macchi C-200 formed the backbone of the Italian Royal Air Force in 1940, and was soon involved escorting bombers in raids against the island fortress of Malta. It later saw action in Albania and Greece, where it acquitted itself surprisingly well against British hurricanes.

The MC-200 also saw service in north Africa and on the southern flank in Russia. But by 1942 its moderate performance was proving totally inadequate and it was progressively used in the fighter / bomber role. 

 

The individual models you receive may vary slightly in camo patterns to those shown on the pictures however all colour schemes are based on the same design. 

Some assembly is required with these models to attach landing gear and propellers.

 

 

£16.67
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This set contains 3 planes which have been painted to a tabletop standard.

Included are the - Falco, Saetto and Spaviero, these models are supplied with stands and propellers. 

These models are a Compatible Scale for use with Blood Red Skies and other game systems.

Scale 1:200

Material: Painted White Metal

The Macchi C.200 Saetta, or MC-200, was a fighter aircraft developed and manufactured by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy. The C. 200 flew more operational sorties than any other Italian aircraft.

Alongside the Fiat CR.42 biplane, the Macchi C-200 formed the backbone of the Italian Royal Air Force in 1940, and was soon involved escorting bombers in raids against the island fortress of Malta. It later saw action in Albania and Greece, where it acquitted itself surprisingly well against British hurricanes.

The MC-200 also saw service in north Africa and on the southern flank in Russia. But by 1942 its moderate performance was proving totally inadequate and it was progressively used in the fighter / bomber role. 

 

The individual models you receive may vary slightly in camo patterns to those shown on the pictures however all colour schemes are based on the same design. 

Some assembly is required with these models to attach landing gear and propellers.

 

 

Regia Aeronautica (Italian Airforce) Bundle (1:200th)
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