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This product was added to our database on Thursday 30 April 2015.
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 48, ISBN/Box AS49004, Publisher/Brand Attack Squadron, Version resin
The prototype fighter aircraft PZL P.6 is another aeroplane designed by Zygmunt Pulawski, ordered the Polish Air Force. It was a development of the previous design of Pulawski - fighter aircraft PZL P.1. It uses proven technology such as PZL P.1 Pulawski wing "Polish Wing". Used ultra-modern, lightweight, monocoque fuselage.
In 1930 fighter P.6 presented at the International Airport in Paris, where he was acclaimed as the most advanced fighter in the world. The following year, 1931, Captain Boleslaw Orlinski won, starting with PZL P.6, air competitions American National Races in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, defeating the world's outstanding pilots such as Ernst Udet from Germany.
On the basis of PZL P.6 Airframe constructed a prototype fighter aircraft PZL P.7, which differs from the engine using a compressor. After comparative tests and trials the Air Force introduced the PZL P.7 as a fighter.
Colors and Markings of PZL P.6
•The cockpit interior - HTK-A036 gray blue
•Pilot’s seat - natural aluminum color, with brown leather cushion
•The instrument panel - HTK- A003 - matt silver or light gray
•Leather edge of the cabin - black leather
The plane was left in a natural aluminum color, with polished the fuselage surface in characteristic sinuous patterns.
Prototype was originally unpainted natural metal with canvas wheel caps. Then metal caps were attached and painted: National Insignia, name of type, PZL insignia on the rudder and front of cockpit and weight data on the rudder.
PZL P.6-1 - Paris Air Show at Le Bourget December 1930 - Gnome Rhone propeller with warning stripes
PZL P.6-2 - National Air Race in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, September 1931- white and red sash and Ratier propeller logo
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