General view of the J 11 preserved at the Air Force Museum in Linköping. The Swedish J 11s were generally very similar to their Italian counterparts, sans Swedish-standard radios, 20 mm armor plate behind the pilot and provision for the ski undercarriage.
The J 11 was flown at two wings in Sweden. F3 at Linköping flew them for one summer, then F9 at Säve took over the aircraft and flew them for the remainder of the war.
A good view of the rather unusual "W"-like wing strut arrangement. As an extra service for the modellers, this aircraft was designed with very little rigging!
Attachment points for the struts in the upper wing. Also note that the rigging wires have a rather flat oval profile.
The inner struts. The photographer is standing behind the wing, shooting forward.
The fin in profile. Colour reproduction is a bit tricky since the aircraft was displayed close to a very large window. This meant that one side of the aircraft was lit with sunlight while the other side was lit with artificial light.
Close-up of the horizontal tail.