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The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon")  was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and entered service, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. Ravenna, Italy 1942

The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon") was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter which served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II. The aircraft was produced by the Turin firm, and entered service, in smaller numbers, with the air forces of Belgium, Sweden and Hungary. With more than 1,800 built, it was the most widely produced Italian aircraft to take part in World War II. Ravenna, Italy 1942

Macchi 202 Folgore

Macchi 202 Folgore

Macchi MC 202  were built with an Italian  version of the Daimler-Benz DB 601Aa engine and with a redesigned, more streamlined fuselage. Considered to be one of the best wartime fighters to serve in large numbers with the Regia Aeronautica, the Folgore operated on all fronts in which Italy was involved.

Macchi MC 202 were built with an Italian version of the Daimler-Benz DB 601Aa engine and with a redesigned, more streamlined fuselage. Considered to be one of the best wartime fighters to serve in large numbers with the Regia Aeronautica, the Folgore operated on all fronts in which Italy was involved.

Macchi C-205 "Veltro" (greyhound) -- Italian WW II fighter aircraft

Macchi C-205 "Veltro" (greyhound) -- Italian WW II fighter aircraft

Macchi M.C. 205 Folgore (Arrow)

Macchi M.C. 205 Folgore (Arrow)

Reggiane RE 2000, 2001, 2002 & 2005.......Best looking planes of WWII.

Reggiane RE 2000, 2001, 2002 & 2005.......Best looking planes of WWII.

Macchi 202 Folgore

Macchi 202 Folgore

The last of the great biplane fighters to enter service in 1938, the Fiat CR.42 “Falco” (Falcon) became the single most-produced Italian fighter. Agile, light, and regarded by Regia Aeronautica pilots as a wonderful aircraft to fly, the Falco was ironically too little, too late. Designed for combat aeronautics rapidly becoming surpassed by low-slung monoplane fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and even the Fiat G.50 Freccia, the CR.42 was still produced through 1943.

The last of the great biplane fighters to enter service in 1938, the Fiat CR.42 “Falco” (Falcon) became the single most-produced Italian fighter. Agile, light, and regarded by Regia Aeronautica pilots as a wonderful aircraft to fly, the Falco was ironically too little, too late. Designed for combat aeronautics rapidly becoming surpassed by low-slung monoplane fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and even the Fiat G.50 Freccia, the CR.42 was still produced through 1943.

Macchi MC.202 Folgore

Macchi MC.202 Folgore

Macchi MC 200 Saetta (Tamiya box art)

Macchi MC 200 Saetta (Tamiya box art)

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