Air International 1979-02
Fighter A to Z
The first all-metal Rosatelli fighter, the CR.20, illustrated in its initial production form. The CR.20 was one of the most successful fighters of the late 'twenties and early 'thirties, some 450 being built.
The CR.10 was essentially a re-engined version of the CR.1 and was discarded in favour of the C R.20, the Idro floatplane version of which is illustrated.
The first all-metal Rosatelli fighter, the CR.20, illustrated in its initial production form. The CR.20 was one of the most successful fighters of the late 'twenties and early 'thirties, some 450 being built.
The photograph illustrating the third pre-series P-16 and the last to be built and flown.
The general arrangement drawing represents the definitive P-16 Mk III attack fighter
The progenitor of the Rosatelli line of fighters, the CR, which was completed in 1923 and pronounced winner of a Regia Aeronautica contest.
The CR.1 fighter of which approximately 100 examples were built for the Regia Aeronautica during 1923-24.
The CR.1 fighter of which approximately 100 examples were built for the Regia Aeronautica during 1923-24.