Ki-27a Japanese Army Fighter 1/72 ICM Models

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The Ki-27 was the first serial monoplane fighter aircraft of the Japanese Imperial Army. The first two prototypes, built by a Nakajima company, flew in October 1936. Series production was ordered in December 1937 as the Type 97 Fighter Model Ko (Ki-27a). Ki-27a had excellent maneuverability and was a serious enemy for the Soviet-built I-15bis and I-16 fighters in air battles over China and Mongolia in 1938 and 1939. 

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Product Details:

Scale: 1/72
Skill Level: 2
Length: 4.1”
Wingspan: 6.2”
Parts: 65
- Painting and assembly required

- 3 sprues
- Molded in grey
- One decal sheet
- Clear parts
- Detailed landing gear
- Engraved panel lines
- Three-piece wingspan and two-part fuselage
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide
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Paint Guide:

A. Ki-27a, 1. Sentai Commander Toshio Kato, Nomonhan, June 1939
Flat Black
IJA Light Grey
Insignia Red
Insignia Yellow
Bright Blue
Military Brown
Pale Green
Steel
Aluminum
Gunmetal
Rust
Bright Brass

B. Ki-27a, 84. Dokuritsu Tutai, China, 1939
Flat Black
IJA Light Grey
Insignia Red
Military Brown
Pale Green
Steel
Aluminum
Gunmetal
Rust
Bright Brass

C. Ki-27a, 10. Tutai, China, April 1940
Flat Black
IJA Light Grey
Insignia Red
Military Brown
Pale Green
Steel
Aluminum
Gunmetal
Rust
Bright Brass

D. Ki-27a, 59. Sentai, 2. Tutai, Nomonhan, June 1939
Flat Black
IJA Light Grey
Military Brown
Pale Green
Steel
Aluminum
Gunmetal
Rust
Bright Brass

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