|Sopwith Camel Display Model - Small |
Called the Camel because of the humped fairing over its twin machine guns, the Sopwith Camel downed 1,294 aircraft in World War I.
Worthy of a museum, this scale replica of the famed fighter has the originals' silk covered frame with fabric covering, a metal engine with a rotating wooden propeller, a leather-trimmed cockpit, and authentic markings. 15" wingspan; arrives ready to display.
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