One of the most beautifully streamlined aircraft to emarge from the Second World War, the Dinah was the most important Japanese reconnaissance aircraft and was so efficient that at one stage the Germans were also considering licence production. Later versions of the Dinah were converted to fighters in an effort to intercept the Superfortress raids on Japan. A 51 part kit which makes up into a model of 8 inch wing span in authentic combat markings. - Taken from the 4th edition catalogue (1966)
6th edition catalogue (1968), listed as Mitsubishi 'Dinah' from Mitsubishi "Dinah".
10th edition catalogue (1973), listed as Mitsubishi Dinah from Mitsubishi 'Dinah'.
1995 edition catalogue, recorded as a new kit.