P-39Q Airacobra Arma Hobby
Collectors and modelers rejoice! Arma Hobby, a Polish company, has announced a new line of plastic models on a 1/72 scale. The first release in this series is the Bell P-39 Q Airacobra. This detailed model is made with new tooling and is sure to be a hit with collectors. Arma Hobby is known for its attention to detail, and this model is no exception.
The set includes:
- Plastic borders
- Mask set for canopy and wheels
- 18×12 cm decal set with 5 different marking schemes
- Steel balls for nose weight
- During Pre-Order: Extra 3D printed accessories, pilot seat with seat belt, cockpit details, machine gun barrels, and exhaust pipes – free of charge.
P-39Q-10 Airacobra, 363rd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, pilot Lt. Clarence “BUD” Anderson, Oroville, California, October 1943.
P-39Q-1 Airacobra, 6th Fighter Squadron, 15th Fighter Group, Makin, Gilbert Islands, late 1943.
P-39Q-15 Airacobra, 10° gruppo, 4° Stormo, Italian Co-Beligerent Air Force, Galatina Air Base, Italy, November 1944.
P-39Q-6 Airacobra, 82nd TRS, 71st Tactical Reconnaissance Group, pilot: Lt. Michael Moffitt, Saidor, New Guinea, Spring 1944.
P-39Q-20 Airacobra, 2nd Mixed-Special Air Regiment, Polish “people’s” Aviation, pilot gen. col. Fiodor Polynin, Warsaw 1945.