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1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466 - MPM Hobbies

1/72 Italeri Ju 87 G-2 Kanonenvogel 1466

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  • Type: Fighter aircrafts
  • Period: Second World War
  • Country: Germany
  • SKILL: 2
  • Model Dim.: 16,0 cm
  • Box Dim.: 290 x 190 x 50 mm
          SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
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          The JU-87 dive bomber is certainly one of the best-known aircraft of World War II. The characteristic "gull wing” aircraft gained great notoriety at the beginning of the war and is considered, together with the Panzer Divisions of the Wehrmacht, as defining symbols of the Blitzkrieg. During the war, new versions with differing operational profiles were introduced. The Ju-87G was developed as an "anti-tank" version of the Stuka to counter the vast array of enemy armored vehicles deployed on the eastern front post-1943. The Stuka “ace” Hans Ulrich Rudel proposed the addition of two 37 mm Flak 18 cannons housed in underwing pods to better counter this developing threat. With this configuration, the Ju-87G "Kanonenvogel" proved extremely effective in the hands of experienced pilots. Even more refined was the G-2 version, which was characterized by greater wing surfaces, in turn derived from the previous D-5 version.