Nicknamed the "Tripehound" or simply the "Tripe" by its pilots, the Sopwith triplane was a British aircraft employed during World War I.
A replica of one of those triplanes flown by the RNAS, this 1/32 scale, plastic kit features simulated fabric-covered wings; a choice of one or two Vickers machine guns in front of the well-appointed cockpit; a clear plastic windscreen; an intricate multi-part radial engine; rigging diagrams; and a choice of decals for five aircraft, including the "Black Maria" flown by 60-victory ace Lt. Col. Raymond Collishaw of No. 10 Squadron and the Tripe flown by 47-victory ace Capt. Robert Little of No. 8 Squadron, and more. 10" wingspan; assembly required.