The Ki-10 was the main fighter aircraft of the Japanese Imperial Army in the late 1930s. The first prototype was completed in March 1935 at the Kawasaki plant and in September it was ordered into production as the Type 95 fighter. Between November 1937 and December 1938 a modified version was produced, the Ki-10-II featuring increased wingspan and length. Ki-10 aircraft took part in the Japan-Chinese War and in summer 1939 in the Soviet-Japan conflict on the Khalhin-Gol River.
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Skill Level: 2
- Painting and assembly required
- 1 sprue
- Molded in grey
- One decal sheet
- Two-piece fuselage
- Clear film part
- Detailed landing gear
- Engraved panel lines
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide
A. Ki-10-II, Captain Tateo Kato, 64. Sentai, China, 1938
B. Ki-10-II, 77. Sentai, China, 1938