Italian Ambrosini SAI-207 Fighter Plane

  • World War II
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

The Italian produced, Ambrosini SAI.207 was originally designed for Racing purposes. First flown in 1941, The SAI.207 was unique in that it's fuselage was constructed entirely of wood. It was designed to also incorporate lighter forms of defensive/offensive armament. One of of The Fighters drawback was it's low powered engine. (14) such Fighters were produced and performed well despite it's propulsion flaws. The SAI.207 was deployed in combat over Italy as late as 1943, against Allied Air Forces. The SAI.207 was piloted by (1). They were 27-feet long with a wingspan of 30-feet. Power was provided from a single Isotta Delta III V-12 Engine, which produced 750-HP. Airspeed was rated to 400-mph). Armament was limited to either Twin 12.7mm Machine Guns or Twin 20mm Cannon.