|Martin B-10 1/72 Kit |
The Martin B-10B, operational from approximately 1934-1942, was the first all-metal monoplane bomber in regular service with the U.S. Army Air Corps and was a forerunner to the advanced American bombers of World War II. A replica of one of those aircraft, this 1/72 scale, plastic kit features finely textured surfaces, well-equipped cockpits with glazed canopies, realistic engine fronts, intricate landing gear, 17 sets of authentic markings, and more. 11¾" wingspan; assembly required.
|B-25J Mitchell 1/72 Kit |
Made by Hasegawa, this limited edition, 1/72 scale, plastic kit of a "glass nose" variant of the B-25J Mitchell is incredible in its detail! You get engraved panel lines; a well-equipped cockpit with instruments, seats, and glazed windows; a clear nose and dorsal turret with .50-caliber machine guns; detailed Wright R-2600-92 radial engines with rotating propellers; optional-position bomb bay doors and bombs; intricate landing gear; a choice of markings for "Jaunty Jo" and "Miss B. Havin" of the 498th Bombardment Squadron and "Bottoms-Up II" of the 486th BS; and more. 11¼" wingspan; 132 parts, skill level 3.
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