Fiat CR.42 Falco
Italian WWII biplane fighter, served with the Italian Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) fro May 1939. Also used by the Belgian, Croatian, Hungarian, Spanish and Swedish air forces. The Swedish designation for it was the J 11. A CR.42 was claimed, although unconfirmed to have made the the last biplane fighter "kill" in history when one flown by a German pilot is believed to have shot down a P-38 in September 1944 over Croatia.