Su-2 Soviet Light Bomber 1:48
The Su-2 was created in 1936, under the name ANT-51, and was intended as a multi-purpose low-altitude ground support plane. The initial design proved itself during test runs in 1937, and went into production under the name Blizhniy Bombardirovschik BB-1 as a short ranged light bomber. It was renamed the Su-2 in 1940 when it received an upgrade to a more reliable and powerful engine that gave the aircraft a top speed of about 485 km/h.
This kit is a detailed scale model for hobbyists.
Glue and paint sold separately.
Warning choking hazard, contains small parts.
Actual product may vary slightly from the pictures shown.