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Features newly molded clear parts for the central cabin; it also comes with painting mask stickers, photo-etched parts and decals for one version
The G-IA is a twin-engine, twin-boom heavy fighter developed by Fokker of the Netherlands just before World War II, making its first flight in 1937. It was heavily armed with eight 7.92mm machine guns in front of the fuselage, and one 7.92mm swivel machine gun in the rear. The rear part of the fuselage was fully glazed to ensure a wide view, designed for reconnaissance and bombing missions. One of the prototype machines with the serial number 304 was converted to a reconnaissance-type aircraft at the factory, but it was not mass-produced.
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