92231 Arado Ar-396

92231 Arado Ar-396

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In 1943, the Reichsluftfahrtministerium launched a program to save aluminum alloys, non-ferrous metals and quality steels in aircraft production, especially for non-combat types. As part of the savings on these materials, the school Ar 96 was to be replaced by a new machine, made of non-deficient wood and ordinary steel.

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in stock: 3 pcs

Producer: RS Models

3 decal variants:


1. Arado 396 RT+WL, Prague uprising, May 1945, German insignia overpainted by hand

2. Arado 396 V4, SO+DD, 4th prototype, tested in Paris, June 1944

3. Arado 396, NS+OA, Letov factory airfield, Prague, April 1945


Arado has moved the development of the new Ar 396 to Société Industrielle pour l'Aeronautique in occupied France. German and French designers designed a simple wooden structure aircraft here, only the middle cabin part of the fuselage was designed as a lattice of steel tubes coated with a thin sheet of steel. Steel pipes were also in the wing beams. The air-cooled in-line twelve-cylinder Argus As 411 TA-1 with an output of 426 kW with a two-bladed automatically adjustable propeller was chosen as the drive. The aircraft manufacturer SIPA was to build three prototypes of the Ar 396 and 25 serial machines of the verification series.

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