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Fiat Cr-32 asso di bastoni491 viewsFiat Cr-32 asso di bastoni - Megapack 3 models 11 liveries on sale at:
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Fiat CR-32 Escuadrilla Blanco X Grupo de Caza Autonomo Baleari574 viewsFiat CR-32 Escuadrilla Blanco X Grupo de Caza Autonomo Baleari , one of the skins included with 3 models and 11 liveries on sale at:
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Fiat CR-32 belchite republican captured 1937505 viewsFiat CR-32 belchite republican captured 1937, one of the skins included with 3 models and 11 liveries on sale at:
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Fiat CR-32 Chinese Air Force544 viewsFiat CR-32 Chinese Air Force, one of the skins included with 3 models and 11 liveries on sale at:
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FIAT CR 32399 viewsEasily recognizable by its annular radiator and its closely cooled engine ,The C.R.32 "Freccia"(Arrow), was an excellent biplane fighter, being robust and fast. The C.R.32 was a single seat biplane fighter.The armament consisted of two 7.7mm Breda Safat machine guns (upgraded at 2 12.7 on later version) mounted on the side of the cooling radiator. Designed by Italian engineer Celestino Rosatelli, after first flew (in 1933),was built above in 1300 planes (including Spanish licensed production). In 1940, 300 planes were still in 1st line service.

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FIAT CR 42 falco431 viewsThe last of the biplane fighters, the Falco flew for the first time on 23 May 1938. It served on most fronts, first as a fighter, and quickly changed to ground support due to the inability of the aircraft to tackle modern allied aircraft. The Fiat CR42 was considered the most agile biplane fighter of WWII, and was certainly a hard target to hit, for the more modern but less maneuverable monoplanes. The Falco was lightly armed, as most of the fighters of it's time were, with 2 12.7mm Breda-SAFAT and still now holds the record of the fastest biplane (439 km/h) in WWII. At the time of El Alamein it was used as ground attack plane. The Falco finished its carreer as a night fighter defending Northern Italy.It was very nice to fly and very manouvrable, with a good pilot could even face the first series Hurricanes.


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