Fly – 72034 – Caproni Ca.100 “Landplane”


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Unassembled plastic model kit in 1/72 scale of an Italian 30s Caproni Ca.100, the main basic aircraft trainer of the Italian Air Force during 30s. The Caproni Ca.100 was derived from the de Havilland DH.60 Moth (Caproni had a license build) and featured an open tandem cockpit, fixed under carriage and conventional design biplane wings.

Caproni Ca.100 were produced in large numbers since late 20s and during early 30s. Five different Italian manufacturers produced over 600 Caproni Ca.100 in the 30s for the Regia Aeronautica and the type was widely operated also by other customers and produced under license in Peru and Bulgaria.

Decal sheet include 4 markings, with markings for a preserved Caproni Ca.100, dated 2021, Nationalist Spain, dated 1937, Italian Air Force during 30s and one RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) seized aircraft, dated 1943. This variant of the kit include PE detail parts to up detail the engine.


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