The Bell P-39Q Airacobra was a fighter aircraft manufactured at the Bell Aircraft factories and used by the US Air Force (USAAF). As part of the support for Allied countries during World War II, the US handed over these planes in version Q-10 for the needs of the Soviet Air Force. The USSR began to use them in 1942. The P39 was good at low altitudes but it did not do well in the struggle with German fighters.
The Bell P-39Q Airacobra constriction block by COBI was manufactured to 1:35 scale with attention to the smallest details. It has many movable elements such as ailerons on the wings, propeller and wheels that rotate and can be hidden or pulled out of the chassis. The pilot's cabin can be opened to put a figurine at the controls. This model utilizes a new type of chair, developed by COBI, which allows you to attach the figure to it in such a way that the pilot will remain stationary. The set is also equipped with a special stand which will enable the plane to be displayed attractively and includes a plate with the printed name of the plane. The box also has an invitation code for new players in World of Warplanes.
Model dimensions (length x width x height): 27.5 cm (10.8") x 32 cm (12.50") x 9.5 cm (3.5")
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