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Heller 80313 1:72 Potez 63-11 A3 No.156/709 Heller Museum

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The Potez 63 is a French plane, designed in 1938. in reconnaissance, fighter and bomber versions. Aircraft of this series were twin-engined, with a cantilever low wing and all-metal structure, with a double tail. The concept of such an aircraft was born in France in 1934, as a result of the then fashionable concept of a "universal plane". The flight of the prototype took place on April 25, 1936. New models within the "Potez 63" family were quickly developed. The resulting min. Potez 630 (heavy fighter), Potez 631 (night fighter) or Potez 63.11 A3 (reconnaissance and army cooperation aircraft). From May 1938, the planes went to French line units. The plane failed during the French campaign. It was highly vulnerable and had worse performance than the BF-109. Technical data (Potez 63.11A3 version): length: 10.93m, wingspan: 16m, height: 3.08m, maximum speed: 425km/h, rate of climb: 8.3m/s, practical ceiling: 8500m, maximum range: 1500 km, armament: fixed - 3 Mac1934 machine guns, caliber 7.5 mm, suspended - up to 200 kg of bombs.

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