72024 ModelSvit 1/72 Interceptor aircraft M-17 "stratosphere"
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In 1982, already at the Smolensk aircraft factory, the second flight model was made. May 26, 1982 test pilot E. N. Cheltsov first successfully raised the M-17 in the air from the airfield in Zhukovsky. In the spring of 1990, the aircraft set 25 world records in altitude, speed and rate of climb for aircraft weighing 16-20 tons, equipped with a single turbojet engine. By 1990, a third copy of the aircraft was built, which was the last M-17, armed with a double-barreled gun to fight balloons.
Caution! Glue and paints are not included.
The configuration and appearance of the model are subject to change without notice.