SAAB J32B Lansen fighter
Saab J32B Lansen was a two-seat fighter aircraft manufactured by the Swedish Aeroplan AB in Linköping. The aircraft was Air Force's first aircraft with all-weather, and were in three different versions. Lansen was on duty in the Air Force from 1956 to 1997. There still is at least one Lansen flying today.
The kit is a high quality shortrun with injection moulded clear parts and seats and engine exhaust casted in resin for best detail.