CANSA FC 20.
The twin engine was produced as a reconnaissance plane in the first years of World War Two, but was thereafter converted for other roles, until even rising the interest of the Luftwaffe. A fore-mounted 37 mm cannon for ground attack purposes gave to the elegant twin engine a more threatening look even though burdening the speed and performance of the aircraft. All this is history and is cleverly narrated by the author, Luigi Gorena. The technical drawings and colour profiles by Vincenzio Auletta and more illustrations from the Instruction Manual of the aircraft, make this 32-page monography also suited for modelling purposes, in the desirable chance that a good kit of this interesting aircraft becomes available soon.