One of the three Series Five fighters from Italy. It is typically rated above second in that series to the Reggiane Re.2005 and above the Macchi Mc.205. It was equipped with an Italian copy of the DB 605A.
A G.55 with a more powerful DB 603 engine. Proved to be far superior to the Bf 109K and Fw 190D, but was not allowed for service by the Germans. Their own stupidity that helped us win...
A post-war model that was equipped with a Merlin engine to help keep up with production orders from Agrentina and Italy. There were several sub-variants including the G.59-4A which was a single-seat bubble-top fighter. The G.59 was Italy's last prop powered fighter, being made between 1948 and 1951.
G.59-4B Bubble-Top Trainer
The beautiful G.59-4A.
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