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After devoting much of its efforts to winning many of the Schneider Trophy Races, AerMacchi and its chief designer Mario Castoldi produced their first monoplane fighter, the C.200. With finger light handling and its unique wing design, the C.200 was an extremly maneuverability aicraft with good speed. The MC.200 was consistently able to get on the tail of Hurricanes, P-40s and early Spitfires.This high-quality series of monographs is exclusively devoted to Italian WW2 aircraft. The series is edited by Giorgio Apostolo, the best known and most respected Italian Aviation Historian and the author of several authoritative texts. The volumes contain text in both English and Italian and contain the history of each aircraft and a technical description of the planes. Each book is lavishly illustrated with drawings from original instruction manuals and never before seen photos. Technical drawings ( 6-views ) are provided in both 1/72 and 1/48 scales; colour profiles, views and cockpit interiors are also provided.
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