Period: 2nd World War
Model Dim.: 11 cm
C.R. 42 Luftwaffe
In line with the earlier in the day C.R.32, which obtained remarkable results through the Spanish War, the C.R.42 was in fact made completely of metal and had a A.74 engine of 840 HP. 200 specimens denominated Falco had been bought instantly by the Aeronautics division and was in fact utilized through the initial stages of the Second World War. ?It finished up being also actually effective, commercially talking and had been certainly exported to Sweden, Belgium and Hungary. The possible lack of valid monoplanes stretched the time scale of solution regarding the C.R.42s in line-ups of Aeronautics division all the way through to Armistice Day following the 8th September 1943, production proceeded for Luftwaffe, who in addition attempted it commonly as a night fighter. ?the amount total manufacturing surpassed 1.500.
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