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FIAT CR.42 CN Caccia Noturna 1/48 - CA 497

Although only employed briefly by the Regia Aeronautica as a frontline fighter, the FIAT CR.42 soldiered on through World War II as a ground attack aircraft and night fighter. As a night fighter, the FIAT CR.42 CN (Caccia Noturna) used various night fighting equipment such as under wing light pods and generators to illuminate targets as well as elongated exhaust pipes.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.42 CN comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin parts. Decals included for 5 Regia Aeronautica night fighters.

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CANADA US 1/48 $99.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $99.98




IMAM Romeo RO 37bis 1/48 - CA 469

Reconnassiance aircraft used by the Regia Aeronautica in the Spanish Civil War and WWII. Radial engine development of the Ro.37.

The Classic Airframes IMAM Romeo Ro. 37bis comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin pieces. Decals for Spanish Civil War and Regia Aeronautica versions.

Related Items:
1. Ali D'Italia - Vol.12 - IMAM Ro.43/44

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CANADA US 1/48 $99.99
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Macchi built AMI Vampire NF Markings 1/48 - CA 492


The Vampire was the first single-engine British jet fighter to enter production. Top seed was 538 mph and the plane was armed with 4 20mm canon. The first prototype took to the air in September 1943 and was ordered into production in 1944, although too late to enter service in WWII. The post-war Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare Italiana) was a large user of the Vampire obtaining an initial batch of 5 FB.5s in 1950, followed by 51 FB.52As in that year and 1951, and then delivery of 150 FB.52As (Single-seat fighter-bomber) built locally by Macchi and Fiat over the next few years. Initial flight of an Italian-built FB.52A was on 18 December 1951.

Markings for AMI (NF.10) and 2 x RAF (NF.10 and NF) Night Fighters. Extensive amount of resin parts. Recessed panel lines and clear injection molded canopy.

Related Items:
1. Aviolibri Records 007 - De Havilland Vampire in Italian Servie - AVR007

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CANADA US 1/48 $129.99
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FIAT BR.20 1/48 CF4131

Introduced in 1936 this Italian twin-engine bomber was one of the most advanced of its kind. The BR.20 was first used in both the Spanish Civil War and the Sino-Japanese war where its speed rendered it virtually immune to the fighters of the time. The Br.20 was also employed over England where it bombed the cities of Ramsgate, Harwich, Great Yarmouth and Ipswich sustaining only three losses throughout the campaign. The bomber was also successfully deployed over the Balkans, the Soviet Union and North Africa.

Markings for four aircraft: 4 bombers, 2 x Japanese, 2 x Regia Aeronautica:
1. Imperial Japanese Air Force: Yunchung, China, circa 1939.
2. Imperial Japanese Air Force: 12 Sentai 7 Hikodon, Handai, China, circa 1939.
3. Regia Aeronautica: 8-5 of 8 Sq. BT, 25 Gruppo BT, 7 Stormo; Forli, circa 1941.
4. Regia Aeronautica: 48-1 of 48 Sq. BT, 37 Gruppo BT, 18 Stormo; Yugoslavia, circa 1941.

Related Items:
1. Ali D'Italia - Vol.23 - FIAT BR.20
2. Ali D'Italia - Vol.25 - FIAT BR.20

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Martin 187 Baltimore (Foreign) 1/48 CA 4140

The Martin 187 "Baltimore" was a developed from the Martin 167 "Maryland". It was designed to British specifications for a tactical attack bomber that was more powerful and had a larger fuselage than the Maryland. The original request was for 400 aircraft, to be split between the French and British. Upon the fall of France, the British purchased all 400 and all but a couple were sent to the Middle East. Under Lend-Lease an additional 1175 Baltimores were handed over to the RAF. Late in the war, surplus RAF aircraft were handed over to Italian Co-Belligerent, Free French, Greek and Turkish air force units.

Markings for four aircraft: Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force (box art), Turkish Air Force, Royal Hellenic Air Force and Free French Air Force. 70 parts in gray styrene, 50 parts in gray colored resin and 10 clear injection molded parts. Instructions, decal sheet and painting guide.

Markings for Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force: Mk. V, FW821, "Grappa 10" of 132 Gruppo, Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force, 1944. Dark Earth, Dark Green, Light Mediterranean Blue (or possibly Azure). The aircraft has the name "Fiorelino" (little flower) on the nose, with a white flower with a yellow center, which was the personal emblem of the pilot, Ten. Roberto Crespi. It also had a star on the fin with the word Stellina, which was the markings of the prior pilot, S.Ten. Rolandi.

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CANADA US 1/48 $69.99
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FIAT CR.32 bis "Spanish Civil War" 1/48 - CA 4107

The FIAT CR.32 emerged as the most successful combat aircraft of the Spanish Civil War, achieving considerable success over more modern types such as the I-16. Adored by its pilots, the FIAT CR.32 was used extensively by Spanish Nationalist forces and the Regia Aeronautica. These fighters would go on to dominate the skies of Spain and would see continued service in Spain and Italy for many more years.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.32 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets and resin parts. Decals for up to 7 aircraft including Spanish Civil War Ace Joaquin Garcia Morato as well as decals for machines flown by the Regia Aeronautica "L'Aviazione Legionaria".

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CANADA US 1/48 $32.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $32.98




FIAT CR.32 bis "Regia Aeronautica Version" 1/48 - CA 4108

The FIAT CR.32 emerged as the most successful combat aircraft of the Spanish Civil War, achieving considerable success over more modern types such as the I-16. The FIAT CR.32 would go on to see service with the Regia Aeronautica in the early phases of WWII including France, North Africa and East Africa and was flown by many notable RA pilots.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.32 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets and resin parts. Decals for multiple aircraft including the machine piloted by Italian Ace D. Fanali as well as aircraft used in East Africa including the personal mount of the Duca D'Aosta.

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CANADA US 1/48 $49.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $49.98




FIAT CR.32 bis "Foreign Version" 1/48 - CA 4106

The FIAT CR.32 emerged as the most successful combat aircraft of the Spanish Civil War, achieving considerable success over more modern types such as the I-16. The FIAT CR.32 was also exported to numerous foreign users such as Austria, China, Paraguay, Venezula and Germany and soldiered on into WWII.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.32 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets and resin parts.

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CANADA US 1/48 $32.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $32.98




Savoia Marchetti SM.79 Early Version 1/48 - CA 452

The most successful land based torpedo bomber of WWII responsible for the sinking of 700,000 gross tonnage shipping in the Mediterranean.

Comes with a highly detailed cockpit interior. Decals for Regia Aeronautica Spanish Civil War version.

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CANADA US 1/48 $48.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $48.99




Savoia Marchetti SM.79 Serie III ANR 1/48 - CA 462

The most successful land based torpedo bomber of WWII responsible for the sinking of 700,000 gross tonnage shipping in the Mediterranean.

This is the "Flashback Version" of this kit with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully furnished PE sets and resin night time exhausts. Comes with a highly detailed cockpit interior. Decals for ANR (Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana) version.

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CANADA US 1/48 $48.99
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Re.2000 1/48 - CA419

Although used in relatively small numbers by the Regia Aeronautica the Re.2000 was quite likely the best of the R-Programme fighters outflying the Bf.109E and securing an order from Great Britian for 300 planes in 1939.

Markings provided for four aircraft:
1) Serie I, 74a Sq, 23o Gruppo, 3o Stormo, Cosimo, 1941
2) Serie III, 377a Sq, Boccadifalco, 1942
3) Hejja, Hungarian Air Force, Russian Front, 1941
4) J20, Swedish Air Force, 1945

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CANADA US 1/48 $29.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $29.99




IMAM Romeo RO 37 1/48 - CA 468

Reconnassiance aircraft used by the Regia Aeronautica in the Spanish Civil War and WWII.

The Classic Airframes IMAM Romeo Ro. 37 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin pieces. Decals for Spanish Civil War and Regia Aeronautica versions.

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CANADA US 1/48 $54.99
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $54.99




FIAT CR.42 1/48 - CA 474

Although not formerly part of the R-Programme untaken by the Regia Aeronautica to update its aircraft in 1939, the FIAT CR.42 was ordered into production nonetheless and served briefly as a frontline fighter with the Regia Aeronautica and a number of other airforces, achieving some successes over more modern types. Adored by its crews, the FIAT CR.42 was used over the English Channel as well as a number of other fronts.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.42 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin parts. Decals for the Battle of Britian as well as North Africa and Greece.

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CANADA US 1/48 $39.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $39.98




FIAT CR.42 EXPORT VERSION 1/48 - CA 475

Although not formerly part of the R-Programme untaken by the Regia Aeronautica to update its aircraft in 1939, the FIAT CR.42 was ordered into production nonetheless and achieved some notable successes with foreign airforces. Aside from the relatively large orders placed by the Regia Aeronautica, a significant number of foreign orders were also placed by Belgium, Hungary and Sweden.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.42 comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully finished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin parts. Decals for Hungarian, Swedish and Belgium aircraft.

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CANADA US 1/48 $31.98
INTERNATIONAL 1/48 $31.98




FIAT CR.42 AS 1/48 - CA 496

After having served briefly as a frontline fighter with the Regia Aeronautica, the FIAT CR.42 was pressed into service as a ground attack aircraft. Equipped with a distinctive chin mounted air filter and bomb racks, the FIAT CR.42 AS (Africa Settentrionale) was present with a number of ground attack units at the Battle of El Alamein. Production of this version was resumed in 1943-1944 by the Germans who used the aircraft in night time attack missions against Yugoslavian partisans. The Luftwaffe version used specialized night time exhaust pipes.

The Classic Airframes FIAT CR.42 AS comes replete with finely engraved recessed panel lines and beautifully furnished PE sets for the cockpit and instrument panels as well as highly detailed resin parts including chin mounted sand filter. Decals included for aircraft used by the Luftwaffe and Regia Aeronautica in North Africa and Europe.

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