The model of the modern front-line fighter was created in cooperation with the Polish Army Museum and shows a specimen exhibited in Warsaw.
It is the MiG29G combat version A, manufactured in 1988. It was transferred to the museum by the 41st Tactical Aviation Squadron from Malbork. The aircraft originally served with the German Air Force and only entered service in Poland in 2005.
The museum's MIG was designed on a scale of 1:48 and consists of 600 high-quality elements. All markings and inscriptions on the model are printed according to the markings on the museum exhibit. The set has moving elements such as: wheels and ailerons, an open cabin where we can place a simplified pilot figure composed of helmet, head and micro-body. The set includes a standee and a plaque with the aircraft's name in a white and red checkerboard pattern.
Building is easy thanks to the intuitive instructions based on legible icons. The plane is a must-have for all aviation, military and military engineering fans.
The set was made entirely in Poland in the European Union.
This is another model of the aircraft in Polish colors, released as part of the intensively developed Armed Forces collection! MIG-29 aircraft officially still serve in the Polish Air Force!
- 600 high-quality elements,
- made in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition,
- meet safety standards for products for children,
- fully compatible with other brands of terminal blocks,
- Printed blocks do not deform or fade during play or under the influence of temperature,
- clear and intuitive instructions based on drawings and symbols,
- 100% prints, no stickers,
- Polish markings!
- block display stand,
- Plate with the name of the set.
Model dimensions (L x H): 34 cm (13.4") x 9.5 cm (3.7").