The Bell P-39 Air cobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service when the United States entered World War II. The P-39 was used with great success by the Soviet Air Force, which scored the highest number of individual kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type. P-39Q was the final production variant, last one built in August 1944. P-39N Bell Model 26N, originally part of the P-39G order. Kit features fine engraved panel lines, optional position doors with transparent windows, full engine, well-detailed cockpit, optional machine gun mounted in the nose and wing machine guns, separately molded propeller blades with optional spinners, detailed wheel wells and optional undercarriage, choice of drop tank or centerline bomb, extensive photo-etch (exterior and interior). Decals and color reference for (5) aircraft: Snooks 2nd, Unit 71st TRS, 82nd TRGm 5th AF, USAAF; III/6 travail, Armee de l' Air, La France Combattante; 1st AE, 213th GvIAP, CO of 1st AE assistant 1st Lt.M.I.Orlov, Germany, Summer 1945 and 1st AE, 30th GvIAP, 6th IAK, CO of 1st AE 1st Lt.A.P.Filatov, 1945 - includes stencil data and full interior gauges (instrument panel and consoles).