92208 NA-64 "Yale"

92208 NA-64 "Yale"

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The North American NA-64 (NA-64 P-2 or NAA-64 P-2 in French service, Yale in Canadian service) is a low-wing single piston engine monoplane advanced trainer aircraft that was built for the French Armée de l'Air and Aeronavale and served with the Royal Canadian Air Force and Luftwaffe as a captured aircraft or Beuteflugzeug during World War II.

450 Kč incl. VAT

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Producer: RS Models

4 decal variants:

 

1. R.C.A.F., Borden February 1942, Canada

2. R.C.A.F., No.6 SFTS Dunnville June 1942, Canada

3. R.C.A.F., No.1 SFTS Camp Borden 1940, Canada

4. R.C.A.F., No.6 SFTS Dunville July 1942, Canada

 

Ordered as a follow-on to the NA-57 as a two-seat advanced trainer, the NA-64 P-2/NAA-64 P-2 represented a major structural improvement, with a longer all-metal fuselage replacing the fabric covered fuselage of the NA-57. As well as metal skin replacing the fabric on the fuselage, the fin was changed from having a corrugated skin to being a smooth stressed skin structure and was moved slightly aft, lengthening the rear fuselage while the engine was moved forward to maintain the center of gravity.

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