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Eduard 1/72 MiG-15 Quattro Combo Royal Class - EUR0011
Eduard 1/72 MiG-15  Quattro Combo Royal Class - EUR0011

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1/72 scale. Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Quattro Combo Royal Class. Eduard. The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 is a jet fighter aircraft developed by Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB for the Soviet Union it was one of the first successful swept-wing jet fighters, and achieved fame in the skies over Korea, where, early in the war, it outclassed all straight-winged enemy fighters in most applications. Four (4) complete kits - (MiG-15, MiG-15bis, MiG-15bisSB and UTI MiG-15). Features engraved panel lines with raised surfaces, highly detailed cockpit and multi-piece optional canopy, detailed wheel wells, exhaust pipe with turbine and afterburner elements, optional position speed brakes, separate flaps and ailerons, resin parts (2) seats, (2) external fuel tanks), mask and extensive photoetch parts for cockpits, external stores (drop tanks, air-to-air missiles). 'Also includes exclusive 220ml whiskey glass with MiG-15 emblem'.Decals and color painting guide for (18) aircraft: (10) MiG-15 (c/n 111025, Flown by 1st Lt. Anatoliy P. Gogolev, 2nd Flight, 176th GIAP, 324. GIAD, Antung Air Base, 1951; s/n 231611, Romanian Air Force, Late 1950s; No. 20 Squadron, Egypt., Late 50s / Early 1960s; Flown by Capt. Ryszard Grundman, 1st Fighter Regiment, Bemowo Air Base, Poland, 1954; s/n 31530906, 25th Fighter Division, 35th Fighter Regiment, Taszar Air Base, Hungary, 1954 - 1955; s/n 623766, FAG 2 Training Regiment, Trollenhagen Air Base, German Democratic Republic, 1956; Flown by Zhao Baotong, 3rd Air Division, Korea, 1952; Flown by Nikolay I. Shkodin, 147th GIAP, 133rd IAD, Tatung-kao Air Base, China, July, 1953; Korea, 1952; Flown by Capt. Jaromir Palecny, 11th Fighter Regiment, Zatec Air Base, 1960). (1) MiG-15bisSB (30th Fighter-Bomber Regiment, Hradec Kralove / Pardubice Air Base, Czechoslovakia, 1970s). (7) UTI MiG-15 (1st Fighter Regiment, 2nd Squadron, Plana Air Base, Czechoslovakia, Summer, 1969; s/n 822028, Hävittäjälentolaivue 31, Rissala Air Base, Finland, May, 1973; Syrian Air Force; c/n 612739, Flown by Yuri Gagarin / Vladimir Seryogin, Space Training Centre, Chkalovskiy Airfield, Soviet Union, March 27, 1968; Egyptian Air Force, 1970s – 80s; Indonesian Air Force, Jakarta – Kemajoran Air Base, 1965; Iraqi Air Force, 1980s) - includes optional instrument panel's. Click here to download instructions.