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MC.205 VELTRO ITALERI

MC.205 VELTRO ITALERI 1227 contains decals for 3 versions of figures not included. glue and paints not included Description The Macchi MC 205 is an evolution of the previous MC 202 «Folgore», certainly the best fighter deployed by the Italian Air Force during the 2nd World War. Equipped with a more powerful engine, it offered excellent handling qualities and a good speed, albeit limited in armament which was increased during production with the adoption of two 20 mm cannons. But the industrial limits of Italy did not allow to reach a production suitable for the war needs of these aircraft and the number of machines delivered to the departments was too limited to influence the Allied aerial power.

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