By Bert Kinzey
F4U Corsair (2): F4U-4 via F4U-7 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ F4U Corsair (2): F4U-4 via F4U-7 (Detail & Scale 56)ByBert KinzeyPublisher:Squadron/Signal courses Inc.1998 80PagesISBN: 1888974095PDF17 MBThis quantity within the element & Scale sequence completes our two-part insurance of Vought's well-known F4U Corsair. The F4U Corsair intimately & Scale. half 1. lined the XF4U-1 prototype during the F2G. All construction versions from the F4U-1 in the course of the F4U-1D have been incorporated. This half 2 comprises details, basic and exact photos, and drawings for all the ultimate Corsair variations from the F4U-4 throughout the F4U-7.sharingmatrix zero
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