Indeed the picture is of the FIRST type FT16, used by Monogram and Revell.
The second series used a much better armature with better lamination and commutator. Both Russkit ("22") Monogram and Revell, as well as Cox and numerous other companies used the second series motor.
In 1965, the FT16D came out and used the same armature as the second series motor in an improved, thicker can and a new endbell with better brush setup. This was used by K&B, Russkit ("23"), Cox (TTX150), Monogram (X150) and many others.
In 1966, the FT16DBB came out with a much better can and magnets, the can being nickel plated in all cases except the few motor samples made for Classic that were painted in orange. It retained the same endbell as on the FT16D. This motor can be found in late series Monogram kits, Carrera 1/24 scale kits... plus all the Magnum 88 rewinds by Mura. a truly rare issue was this motor rewound by Mura for Dynamic. The stock motors used two different arms, one with brown, one with larger red wire.
In 1967, the last FT16DBB motors were produced for Champion with only one venting hole, dual shaft, first in nickel plated form, then all black including their endbells.