1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter

1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
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1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
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1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
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1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
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1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed Not to be confused: A Soviet Polikarpov I-16 and the Irbitis I-16
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed Not to be confused: A Soviet Polikarpov I-16 and the Irbitis I-16
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed David against Goliath: I-16 versus a TB3 bomber
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed David against Goliath: I-16 versus a TB3 bomber
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter 3d printed
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About this Product

Between the World Wars, many countries, even quite small ones, had their own aviation industry. In the Baltic state of Latvia, the most modern project was the Irbitis I-16 fighter. Only a few prototypes had been built when the Soviet Union occupied the country.

Wikipedia has more information. The Latvian Wikipedia entry is especially detailed - in case you are not fluent in Latvian ;-) the Google translation is quite readable.

Interestingly, it looks very much like the fictional enemy fighter in an early scene of the 1936 Science Fiction film "Things to Come".
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1/300 Latvian VEF Irbitis I16 Fighter in White Strong & Flexible
Width Height Depth
2.742 cm 2.614 cm 1.57 cm
This model is 3D Printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Model version 3 | Last updated on 04/13/2014

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