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Preserved at Italian Air Force museum of Vigna di Valle. Derived from the G.55, of which it retains the general architectural layout, the G.59 was the last piston fighter produced in the world and marks the rebirth of the national aviation industry after the war. The two versions, single and two-seater, were used for the Hunting School of the A.M. and remained online until 1965. The model on display has c / n 61, created as G.59-2B IV series, then modified to bring it to the standard G.59-4B, it bears the livery it had when it was in charge at the Elmas flight school.

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Preserved at Italian Air Force museum of Vigna di Valle. Derived from the G.55, of which it retains the general architectural layout, the G.59 was the last piston fighter produced in the world and marks the rebirth of the national aviation industry after the war. The two versions, single and two-seater, were used for the Hunting School of the A.M. and remained online until 1965. The model on display has c / n 61, created as G.59-2B IV series, then modified to bring it to the standard G.59-4B, it bears the livery it had when it was in charge at the Elmas flight school.

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