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Kawasaki Ki-10-I WWII Japan Fighter 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Kit Avis 72009

Theme: Military

Era : 1919-1938

Scale : 1/72

Material : Plastic

Series: Legendary Aircrafts

Recommended Age Range: 12 Years & Up

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Kawasaki Ki-10 (川崎機10 Kawasaki Ki-ju:) is a biplane fighter developed by Kawasaki under the leadership of Takeo Doi. The full designation is the Type 95 Army Aviation Fighter (Jap. 九五式戦闘機 Kyu: go-shiki Sento: ki). The first flight of the prototype took place in March 1935, the aircraft was adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army in 1935. In the USSR Air Force, it bore the symbol I-95, received the code name of the Allied Air Force Perry ("Parry").
The Kawasaki fighter was a classic biplane with an open cockpit, had a non-retractable three-post landing gear with a tail support, an all-metal frame with canvas covering. Armament consisted of two 7.7 mm type 89 machine guns in the fuselage. The Ki-10 was equipped with a Kawasaki Xa-9-IIa (Xa-9-II Ko) 12-cylinder liquid-cooled V-engine with a power of 720/850 hp. With.
It was used in the late 1930s in combat in China and, to a limited extent, at the beginning of World War II in the Pacific.