1/100 IL-10 Šturmovik

by SteampunkKAJA
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    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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The IL-10 was developed from the IL-2, the third most widely produced aircraft in the world (after the Polikarpov Po-2 and the Cessna Skyhawk), which functioned as a fighter, fighter-bomber, and dive-bomber during World War II. Other variants were produced, such as the IL-8 and IL-16, but it was the IL-10 that replaced the IL-2 in 1944. Production of the IL-10 stopped in 1954, and the aeroplane was retired by the Soviet Union in 1962, by which time over 6000 had been built, 1200 of which were the Avia B-33 variant of the Czechoslovak Air Force. This is a fairly simple model, sometimes known as a "recognition model." Clipped-wing variants did exist, but not clipped-tail variants. Until I figure out how to fix the geometry problems in Autodesk Inventor, this model will remain hideously inaccurate, although this configuration actually makes it a better plane. I have two versions of this model: the 1/100 scale (this one) and the 1/160 scale solid model.


IN: 5.039 w x 4.863 d x 1.024 h
CM: 12.8 w x 12.352 d x 2.602 h


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