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PZL50 JASTZRAB

PZL50 JASTZRAB

PZL50 JASTZRAB


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  Model  PZL50 JASTZRAB 
  Material  plastic  
  A/c manufacturer  PZL  
  Origin country  Poland  
  Foreign user  Poland  
  Build era  3 (90s)   
  Topics  fighter Project WW2  (Flugzeugprojekt:) Planes only developped or planned or built in very few pieces
(Wk2:) second world war
  Scale  1/72  
  TextEN  The PZL.50 Jastrzab (Hawk) was a Polish pre-war fighter aircraft designed by Wsiewolod Jakimiuk of the PZL works. The single-seat low-wing monoplane was to serve as a multi-purpose fighter and escort to replace all fighters used previously by the Polish Air Force. Designed after 1936, its prototype was first flown in February 1939. A further two prototypes were almost ready by the time of the Invasion of Poland, but the fighter did not manage to enter mass production before the war. 
  BaseVehicle  Aircraft  

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