MiG-21 Fishbed Part 1 by Hans-Heiri Stapfer
By Hans-Heiri Stapfer
In and out photograph insurance of the MiG-21F-13 (Fishbed C) to the MiG-21 PFM (Fishbed F). Covers cockpits, touchdown equipment, wheel wells, airframes, engines, and armament info. additionally covers the two-seat flight & guns' education variations. Over two hundred complete colour and B&W images, line drawings, 12 complete colour profiles and hide work. Stapfer; forty pages of colour! eighty pages.
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