The Nakajima B5N was the standard carrier-based torpedo bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) for much of World War II.
Although the B5N was substantially faster and more capable than its Allied counterparts, the American Douglas TBD Devastator monoplane (the U.S. Navy's first all-metal, carrier-borne monoplane of any type with retracting gear), and the British Fairey Swordfish and Fairey Albacore torpedo biplanes, it was nearing obsolescence by 1941.
This product includes two sheets in a JPG, SVG, PDF, PNG, EPS, AI formats:
Sheet 1 includes exterior, engine, cockpit and other parts in a 1/72 scale, with metric dimensions. Some parts are shown in other scales (1/48 mainly) for clarity.
Sheet 2 is an overview of the different variants of the 210, with different cross sections of parts at a 1/48 scale.
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