Fine Molds FP33 Imperial Japanese Navy Mitsubishi A5M Ka-14 Improved Type 1/72 scale kit
Ninety-six type fighter aircraft that was a main naval fighter before the zero battle was adopted.
The prototype was a nine-nationally sized fighter plane, and it was made by a novel design leading to zero-fight design following Jun Horikoshi.
Several types of aircraft shapes were sought as a prototype, but this kit reproduced a type with an inherent individuality, a reverse gull wing and a cowling with many protrusions among them.
This type is a modification of prototype No. 1 machine, and the photograph of real machine is still being told.
Naturally, in the 1/72 scale model, it is the first modelling, and the fuselage/cowling different from the one released in the model speciality magazine plan was recreated in the new mold.
Item is a plastic model kit and assembly is required
Made in Japan