Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 is a variable-geometry fighter aircraft, designed by the Mikoyan-Gurevich design bureau in the Soviet Union. The MiG-23BN was based on MiG-23B, but had the same R-29-300 engine as contemporary fighter variants. Kit features fine engraved panel lines, fully appointed cockpit and ejection seat, well detailed engine afterburner section and exhaust nozzle, intake trunk, well rendered undercarriage and wheel bays, pivoting wings, ventral gun pod, optional speed brakes, filigree fuselage fittings and multi-piece canopy. Also includes photoetch detail (seatbelts, intake ramp insert, undercarriage and other fine accents) and external stores: missile rails and missiles (R-13M, R-13M1, PTB-800, drop tanks, FAB-500, FAB-100, KMGU-2, FAB-250). Decals and 3-view color painting guide for (6) aircraft – includes stencil data, instrument panel and consoles, weapons markings and data.