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This product was added to our database on Tuesday 9 September 2014.
Category Scale Modelling, Subcategory Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 144, ISBN/Box MKM14418, Publisher/Brand Mark1 decals, Version injection
The MiG-19 was the first Soviet supersonic fighter developed in the early 1950s. Licence production of its clear-weather fighter model was started in China in 1961 under the designation Shenyang J-6 and in total 3,300 aircraft were built. The J-6C had the braking parachute installed at the base of the fin.
It was a single-seat, all-metal monoplane powered by two WP-6 (a licence-built Mikulin RD-9B) turbojets and designed for interception, close air support and limited fighter-bomber roles.
Besides the Chinese Air Force, Pakistan was the biggest foreign user of the Chinese J-6C models (export designation was the F-6C), receiving 120 aircraft. Other operators of these aeroplanes were Albania, Bangladesh, Congo, Egypt, Iraq, Cambodia (Kampuchea), North Korea and Somalia
Colour schemes included in the kit:
1) Shenyang J-6C Farmer C, Red 59930, 32nd Fighter Division, Chinese Air Force (PLAAF - Chung-kuo Shen Min Taie-Fang-Tsun Pu-tai), late 1980s
2) Shenyang F-6C Farmer C, Black 10435, No.26 'Black Spiders' Sq., Pakistani Air Force (Pakistan Fiza'ya), Peshawar Air Base, 1980
3) Shenyang F-6C Farmer C, Black ???? (3803), No.241 Air Brigade, Egyptian Air Force (Al Quwwat al Jawwiya al Mistriya), Almaza Air Base, 1980
4) Shenyang F-6C Farmer C, Black 30-950, Air Force of the Kampuchean Liberation Army (Red Khmers), Pochentong Air Base, 1979
This injection-moulded kit contains 26 parts, one clear part (the cockpit canopy) and ten resin parts. A comprehensive decal sheet is included.