Ki-98 was a Japanese piston-engined air raider designed and manufactured by Manchurian aeroplane manufacturing company ltd. in Manchuria at the end of the World War II. The prototype was incomplete when the war came to an end and its drawings were destroyed by Japanese forces.


Highly detailed WWII Japanese Ki-98 air raider in scale 1/72 with its length of 159mm, height of 51.5mm and wingspan of 157mm. One complete kit included in the box. Precise reproduction of the aircraft and detailed presentation of the cockpit. Three painting styles including IJA, Manchurian Air Force and Royal Thai Air Force are supplied.

Mansyu Ki-98 Model In 1/72 Scale Has Special Airframe Construction Reproduced By Inference From The Original Design Drawings. Finely Moulded Fuselage Details Make The Model Look Like A Real One.

Precise Presentation Of Details On Belly And Landing Gear.

Hypothetical Manchukuo Painting.

Hypothetical The Royal Thai Airforce Painting. 

.Amazing Japanese Hypothetical Fighters In The End Of WWII Look More Interesting When Shown Together.

Each Box Of Model Kit Contains Two Sprues, One Clear Sprue, One Decal Sheet And Also A Finely Printed Instruction Manual



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