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Hawker Hurricane (Italeri photographic reference manual)  

Posted by Димарик at March 17, 2012
Hawker Hurricane (Italeri photographic reference manual)

Hawker Hurricane (Italeri photographic reference manual)
Italeri | 2011 | ISBN: No | English | 35 Pages | PDF | 12 MB

Italeri 2012 Catalogue  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at March 11, 2012
Italeri 2012 Catalogue

Italeri 2012 Catalogue
Italeri S.p.A. | 2011 | ISBN: N/A | Italian / English | 146 pages | PDF | 15.2 MB

Italeri Model Kits 2000  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Feb. 28, 2012
Italeri Model Kits 2000

Italeri Model Kits 2000
Italeri | 2000 | ISBN: N/A | English | 81 pages | PDF | 30.2 MB

Catalogue Italeri 2006  

Posted by Димарик at Aug. 20, 2011
Catalogue Italeri 2006

Catalogue Italeri 2006
Italeri | 2006 | English | 120 Pages | PDF | 79 MB

Italeri 1992. Model Kits. With Dragon Catalogue  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Aug. 19, 2011
Italeri 1992. Model Kits. With Dragon Catalogue

Italeri 1992. Model Kits. With Dragon Catalogue
Italeri | 1992 | ISBN: N/A | English | 78 pages | PDF | 67.1 MB

Catalogue Italeri 2003  

Posted by Димарик at Aug. 17, 2011
Catalogue Italeri 2003

Catalogue Italeri 2003
Italeri | 2003 | English | 118Pages | PDF | 90 MB

Staghound Mk.I (Photographic reference manual)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Dec. 22, 2009
Staghound Mk.I (Photographic reference manual)

Italeri team - Staghound Mk.I (Photographic reference manual)
Italeri | 2007 | ISBN: N/A | 48 pages | PDF | 16.19 MB

For a strange twist of fate, the T17E1 Staghound was never operated by its intended user, the U.S.Army. Nevertheless, between 2,600 and 2,900 vehicles were produced, and took part in World War II wearing the colours of several Commonwealth armies. After the war, Staghounds were supplied to Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Denmark, Egypt, Honduras, India, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Switzerland. This photographic reference manual with history, technical details and color profiles is a part of Italeri kit 6459.

C.R.42 Falco (Photographic reference manual)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 18, 2009
C.R.42 Falco (Photographic reference manual)

Italeri team - C.R.42 Falco (Photographic reference manual)
Italeri | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | 50 pages | PDF | 16.98 MB

The Fiat CR.42 was considered to be one of the best and fastest biplanes ever built. This was mainly due to the fact that the Italian Air Force was a little bit slower than other air forces to adopt the monoplane, retracting under-carriage and enclosed cockpit concept. They considered that maneuverability was more important than speed and therefore stuck with the biplane. First flown in 1938, the Fiat CR.42 was still being used, though not as a front-line fighter, well into 1944. This full color, photographic reference manual with history, technical details and color profiles is a part of Italeri kits 1260 and 2653.

C-119 Boxcar (Photographic reference manual)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 15, 2009
C-119 Boxcar (Photographic reference manual)

Italeri team - C-119 Boxcar (Photographic reference manual)
Italeri | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | 48 pages | PDF | 4.04 MB

Developed by Fairchild from the previous C-82 Packet, the C-119 was one of the most important transport planes of the Fifties. The C-119C model had two 28 cylinder Pratt&Whitney four row radial R-4360 engines and it was distinguished from later types partly by its single wheel front undercarriage and different tail design. Production of the C-119C was speeded up when the Korean War broke out and these planes were soon being used for most of its transport missions. At the end of the war, a large number of the planes were supplied to the French, who used them widely in Indochina. Another less well-known but equally important role they played was to transport material for the construction of the DEW line radar stations in the far north of the American continent. Many examples of the C-119C were subsequently updated to meet the standards of later models. This full color, photographic reference manual with history, technical details and color profiles is a part of Italeri kit 1146.

C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference manual)  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at Oct. 14, 2009
C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference manual)

Italeri team - C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference manual)
Italeri | 2006 | ISBN: N/A | 48 pages | PDF | 3.73 MB

While it maintains the familiar lines of the Hercules, a common sight in the world’s skies for decades now, the C-130J has been extensively re-designed. The most visible change lies in the use of two 4700 HP Rolls-Royce (Allison) AE2100D3 engines, with six-blade composite-material propellers that ensure silent running and low fuel consumption. High performance features include an excellent rate of climb and an extended range of action thanks to the new engines. An equally important development is the avionics: the cockpit, in fact, is equipped with new digital instruments and a Head-Up Display that provides the pilot with a constant stream of data without him having to look away from the cockpit window. The C-130J is steadily becoming the standard transport aircraft in many NATO countries. This full color, photographic reference manual with history, technical details and color profiles is a part of Italeri kit 1255.