Celebrate the infancy of military aircraft with this exciting addition to the popular Wings of the Great War series!
A French biplane fighter, the Spad XIII was first introduced in April of 1917. It was considered one of the most capable fighters of World War I, and also one of the most numerous: 8,472 were manufactured with another 10,000 canceled upon armistice. It was used extensively by the French and Americans during the war, though it also saw service with Soviets and others.
Add a unique World War I-era fighter to your collection! This 1/72 scale resin display model — a replica of a Spad XIII operated by 15-victory French pilot Lt. Armand de Turenne of the N48/N18, in 1918 — features finely textured surfaces that simulate fabric-on-frame construction to the biplane struts and cross supports, fixed landing gear, authentic markings, and a display stand with an articulating mount to present your model at various in-flight angles! Measures approximately 3½" long with a 4½" wingspan.