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BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746

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BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746

The Cobi BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746 is a 1:32 scale brick set composed of 361 pieces.  This set includes one USAAF pilot minifigure and multiple moving parts such as retractable landing gears, spinning propeller, movable ailerons and more.  Be sure to get your Cobi BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746 to add to your Cobi fighter aircraft collection!

The Bell P-39D Airacobra was a single-engine fighter aircraft produced by Bell Aircraft for the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. It was one of the principal American fighters in service when the United States entered combat. The P-39 was used by the Soviet Air Force, and enabled individual Soviet pilots to collect the highest number of kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type flown by any air force in any conflict. Other major users of the type included the Free French, the Royal Air Force, and the Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force.

The P-39D was an improved version of the P-39C, with a more powerful engine, additional armor, and a revised armament layout. The 37mm cannon was moved from the nose to the wing, and the 7.62mm machine guns were increased from two to four. The P-39D also had a revised cockpit with better visibility.

The P-39D was a capable fighter, but it was not without its flaws. It had a limited range, and its performance at high altitudes was poor. However, it was very maneuverable at low altitudes, and its 37mm cannon made it a formidable ground attack aircraft.

The P-39D was produced from 1941 to 1944, and a total of 3,923 were built. It was retired from US service in 1944, but it continued to be used by the Soviet Air Force until 1945.

Here are some of the key features of the Bell P-39D Airacobra:

  • Engine: Allison V-1710-35 (E5) 1150 hp
  • Armament: 1 x 37mm cannon, 4 x 7.62mm machine guns
  • Top speed: 368 mph
  • Range: 580 miles
  • Service ceiling: 28,000 ft

The P-39D was a versatile aircraft that was used for a variety of missions, including air-to-air combat, ground attack, and reconnaissance. It was a valuable asset to the Allied forces during World War II, and it played a significant role in the defeat of the Axis powers.

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Product Specifications

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 13.5 × 2.17 × 9.45 in

Product Reviews

1 review for BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746

  1. Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kenneth Miller (verified owner)

    Great plane, and definitely very original. It looks great put together, and the pilot is one of the best. This is a good upgrade from Cobis 1st P-39 they released. Good detail, and captures the lines and shape of the P-39 quite well.

    Pros: EASY build, clear stand, nice detailing and printed pieces (it really leaves no doubt, this is a P-39). The pilot looks awesome.

    Cons: somewhat of a fragile fuselage/tail section, no seat for the pilot, and for whatever reason Cobi omitted having the classic car doors printed on the side pieces (this one kills me, talk about a wasted opportunity). Front landing gear is a little on the delicate side, Cobi should have gone with a single molded piece. Lastly, they could have included some bombs to pay homage to the ground attack role this plane played.

    Both the US, and the Soviet P-39s are virtually identical build wise, with minor differences in the wing construction (Soviet version has some pretty sweet gun pods). It’s hard to say which version is better. Both planes are identical piece for piece, just different colored bricks. The only reason I don’t think it’s 5-stars, is Cobi missed some golden opportunities to make this one of their best pieces yet.

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