Flying in nearly every theater of combat during World War II, and for numerous Allied nations, the B-24 Liberator was the most produced heavy bomber in history with more than 19,000 units manufactured, beginning in 1941. It was perhaps the most influential American bomber of the entire war and was not officially retired until 1968.
Featuring colorful nose art from either the 98th or 44th Bomber Groups, this 1/72 scale plastic kit of a B-24D Liberator features an impressive foot-and-a-half wingspan! It also comes with rotating propellers, detailed radial engine fronts, a glazed nose, a well-appointed cockpit and gunner station, authentic markings, and quality landing gear (with rubber tires). Assembly required. Skill level 4. Measures approximately 11½" long with an 18¼" wingspan.