This bombshell airplane is a detailed and lifelike scaled-down replica of the most famous heavy bomber Avro Lancaster.
In 1942, it was put into battle in the middle of World War II.
More than 7,300 pieces were produced from the bomber and a special bomb was also developed for it. These were rotating or bouncing bombs.
You can read more details about the development, production and history of the aircraft on wikipedia.
The model includes:
elements in the middle of the trunk to mount special bombs
bouncing bomb holders
panels with special surface detail
cockpit with instrument panel and side panel elements
places for navigator and radio
2 rotating MG towers
glazed parachute dome with different versions
side springs for the main chassis
detailed main chassis
2 different propeller blades
stickers for 1 RAF version:
- Avro Lancaster B.Mk.III (Special) 617th Century, Royal Air Force, May 1943