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    The Ki-21 bomber was designed as an aircraft for long-range bombing missions, including over the territory of the Soviet Union from Japanese bases in Manchuria. Its serial production was started in 1938, the same year it was the combat debut of this aircraft. The Ki-21 bomber, also designated “Army Type 97 Heavy Bomber”, was a twin-engine all-metal monoplane with a crew of 6 person.

      It had excellent aerodynamics, which allowed it to develop a high speed during the flight. The Ki-21-Ib variant aircraft was the second production modification of the Ki-21 bomber line and featured increased machine gun armament (including a tail machine gun point), partially protected fuel tanks and modified taillights. Bombers were produced by two factories – Nakajima and Mitsubishi.


Kit Features:

  • SCALE  :  1:72
  • MARKINGS  :  Ki-21-lb 'Sally', 60th Sentai (60th AirGroup), China, summer 1940.  Ki-21-lb 'Sally', 60th Sentai 3rd Chutai (60th Air Group 3rd Squadron), China, late 1940.  Ki-21-lb 'Sally', 58th Sentai (58th AirGroup), Harbin, December 1940.  Ki-21-Ib 'Sally', 105 Kyoiku Hiko Rentai (105th Training Flight Regiment), Hamamatsu, presumably 1942.
  • MODEL SIZE (LENGTH X WIDTH)  :  314 * 228 mm
  • BOX SIZE  :  294 x 230 x 58 mm

1/72 ICM Ki-21-Ib Sally Japanese Heavy Bomber

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