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Caudron Cr714 (French AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe)) (RS Models 92242)

Caudron Cr714 (French AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe))  92242
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Caudron Cr714 (French AF, Finnish AF, Luftwaffe)) (RS Models 92242)
€ 14.01
EU: incl. tax € 16.95
Specifications
Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Scale:1 : 72
ISBN/Box:92242
Publisher/Brand:RS Models
Availability:only 2 remaining

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Product description

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box 92242, Publisher/Brand RS Models

The first prototype was test flown in July 1938 and the first production machine, powered by a Renault 12R-03, was delivered in July 1939. The armament consisted of four 7,5mm MAC 1934 machine guns located in two wing gondolas.
Only GC 1-145 was equipped with the Caudron C.714. It was a unit composed of Polish pilots under French command. They fought against the Luftwaffe in spring 1940 and despite the aircraft climbing, the highly battle motivated Polish pilots scored 8 confirmed victories with an overall loss of 7 pilots. Until the fall of France, more than 60 machines were produced and several were in progress. At least one machine was tested by the Luftwaffe

4 Decals variants

1. Caudron CR-714, 2nd Esc. GC 1/145, Dreux, A. Niewiara, June 1940

2. Caudron CR-714, 1st Esc. GC 1/145, Villacoublay, L. Uher, May 1940

3. Caudron CR-714, Finland, May 1941

4. Caudron CR-714, test aicraft, Luftwaffe 1940

 



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