[About the actual machine]
-The P-39 Air Lacobra is a US Army fighter aircraft that features a unique Reyout with an engine mounted on a midship.
-First flight in April 1939, just before the start of World War II.
-It showed remarkable performance with rising power and maximum speed.
-The engine mounted in the center of the fuselage is Allison's liquid-cooled V-12 cylinder.
-Adopted a mechanism that uses a long extension shaft to drive the nose propeller.
-Active in the Soviet Union, which has been leased more than 4,700 units than the United States and the United Kingdom of the export destination, a total of 9,588 units were produced in the series.
-Furthermore, after the war, aircraft appeared to be active as air racers.
[About the model]
-A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the P-39 Air La Cobra, a World War II US Army fighter, featuring a unique mechanism with an engine mounted in the center of the fuselage on a 1/46 scale.
-This kit is a rerelease of the Atlantis model from what was previously released by Revel.
-The aircraft is divided into left and right to express its unique shape firmly.
-Additional tank and berry tank are also set.
-In addition, the inside of the cockpit is also modeled, and the pilot figure enhances the feeling.
-In addition, a figure of the mechanic is also set, and you can enjoy the display in the parked state with the figure.
-In addition, a transparent display stand is available for reproduction in flight.
-You can choose from 2 types of markings to finish.
-It's a nostalgic kit for experienced modelers.
-A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the P-39 Air La Cobra on the 1/46 scale of the U.S. Army fighter with a unique mechanism
-Atlantis model re-releases kit previously released by Revel
-Realistic modeling of the cockpit interior
-Pilot figure and mechanic figure also included
-Transparent display stand available
-2 types of markings recorded
-Package art is newly drawn by Don Greer.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )