92075 and service version 92076 but they appear to be identical apart from the markings options. Very simple kits these, without any resin or photo-etch, but they do include a beaching dolly. Previous kits of the machine in this scale were the very old and crude Aosima (or Aoshima) and the limited run Aviation Usk release which may still be available under the Xotic-72 label. Both are probably no contest to this latest model from RS but I can't help wondering what a Hasegawa, Fujimi or Fine Molds "Norm" might look like - and what they might cost!
This was a large and impressive looking floatplane with contra-rotating props and retractable wing floats. There is a fascinating operational history in Arawasi magazine # 1 by Komine Bunzo. Tail codes for the operational versions remain, as far as I know, speculative.
RS Models have also re-released their neat Kawasaki Ki-60 kit as 92068 which is good news. This important prototype "heavy fighter" makes an interesting table-top comparison to the Ki-28, Ki-44, Ki-61 and He-100. This kit includes a sheet of photo-etch and options include a couple of spurious "what if" versions, but not the semi-plausable 47th IFC version this time! Did this aircraft see service over Burma with the 47th? On 25th December 1941 AVG and RAF pilots (Dupouy and Bingham-Wallis) insisted that they had encountered and shot down a Japanese "Me 109" type fighter with inline engine and square wing tips over Rangoon.
Important Update: Please see Dan's comment re the Quickboost "Pete" set in the previous JASIG Extra blog entry !!!
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