ICM 1/72 Japanese Ki21Ib Sally Heavy Bomber (New Tool)
ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR DECEMBER 2022 DELIVERY
In 1936, the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service issued a requirement for a new heavy bomber to replace both the Ki-20 (Army Type 92 Heavy Bomber) and the Ki-1 (Army Type 93 Heavy Bomber). The design called for a crew of at least four, top speed of 400 km/h (250 mph), endurance of at least five hours, and a bombload of 750 kg (1,650 lbs.). The design parameters were very ambitious, and few twin-engine bombers anywhere in the world could exceed such performance at that time.