Mikoyan/Gurevich I-270
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John S Orlitta, e-mail, 11.04.2021 21:57

I'm really surprised that after all these years, no one has responded to your question. The answer to your question is that the antenna post, as shown in the 3D images, was mounted to the rear section of the canopy.


EpicBlitzkrieg87, e-mail, 10.12.2017 23:28

How much ammo did it have?


Robert, e-mail, 03.04.2012 02:57

To say that this is a 100% of the Me-263 makes me think you're blind. They are similar looking ..heck yeah. But 100%? Not even if you squint.


Robert, e-mail, 03.04.2012 02:57

To say that this is a 100% of the Me-263 makes me think you're blind. They are similar looking ..heck yeah. But 100%? Not even if you squint.


Rico, e-mail, 22.06.2008 21:54

it's a nice plane, but almost in 100% it's a copy of german Messerschimtt Me-263 rocket plane whith went to soviet hands after 2WW, soviets called him also " plane", all at all beautifull plane:)


Kent Meyer, e-mail, 06.12.2006 06:40

I'm working on a kit of the I-270. I have two questions: (1) what color would the seat belts have been; and (2) did the radio antenna post run through the rear of the canopy glass or was it set to the side of the rear canopy (like a Yak 15 and other aircraft of that era)?
Thank you!




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