The Skandinavisk Aero Industri KZ.II T’s origins can be traced back to the pre-war KZ.II Kupé, a side-by-side touring aircraft designed by Viggo Kramme and Karl Gustav Zeuthen. An aerobatic version with tandem seating, the KZ.II Sport, was followed by the military trainer version KZ.II Traener (Trainer). The Royal Danish Air Force ordered 15 Trainers, the first of which entered service in 1946.
Paper Model Details: 42 parts on two pages , separate illustrated instruction sheet. Boxed wheels, full cockpit interior.
Degree of Difficulty: 2/5.
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