94002 Avia B-322

1:72 LIMITED

In 1936, the MNO ordered the production of a continuation aerobatic aircraft Bš.122. The aircraft was derived from the aerobatic Ba.122, but had stepped wings and a longer fuselage and was powered by a Castor II-A engine. The first Bš-122 was flown on 10 September 1936, and from July 1937 the Bš-122 was assigned to the training squadron of Aviation Regiment 4 and to the VLU. Read more

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Producer: RS Models

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1 decal variant:


1. Avia B-322 / Bš. 122.45/, Praha Kbely, říjen 1937

 

A total of 45 pieces were produced. After the occupation, the machines were also used by the Luftwaffe and several were sold to Bulgaria. Other prototypes were Bš-322 and B-322/Bš.122.45/. The B-322 had a covered cockpit and the Rk-17 engine had a Townend type ring cowling.

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Category: Limited Edition
Decal variants: Czechoslovakia
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