Fiat G.50 second prototype (MM.335) camo

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Fiat G.50 second prototype (MM.335) camo.


The FIAT G.50 Freccia was an Italian fighter aircraft of the Second World War. It was the first Italian low-wing monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and retractable landing gear to enter production. The plane was one of the first creations of the brilliant engineer Gabrielli Giuseppe, designer of a good number of Fiat planes from the early 1930s until the 1980s. The first operational aircraft were delivered to the Regia Aeronautica in 1938 and its first flight was made on 26 February 1937 in a special camo. The second of them named with the serial number MM 335 had an interesting one that was used during flight tests of the aircraft. At the end of the tests the aircraft was probably integrated into the ranks of the Regia Aeronautica and as time passed it was probably lost in a firefight or was scrapped to obtain something useful from it.

The camo.

The camo itself is very simple. The plane is colored almost entirely white, and is crossed by a red line that starts from the engine and reaches almost to the tail landing gear. Just below and behind the cab there is the writing β€œMP” enclosed in a black ring. And like many Italian aircraft of the time, the Italian tricolor was present on the rudder with a small coat of arms of the Regia Aeronautica above it.

Pictures and drawnings.




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That’s a super cool paint job! +1

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why not +1

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