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Revell 1/72 B-17G Flying Fortress

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No. 658950

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This is a Revell 1/72 B-17G Flying Fortress Plastic Model Kit. Countless aircraft enthusiasts consider the B-17G to be WWII's definitive strategic bomber.

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Revell 1/72 B-17G Flying Fortress

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Revell 1/72 B-17G Flying Fortress

Plastic Model Kit

This is a Revell 1/72 B-17G Flying Fortress Plastic Model Kit. Countless aircraft enthusiasts consider the B-17G to be WWII's definitive strategic bomber. Sporting an impressive 104 foot (32 m) wingspan and 287 mph (462 km/h) top speed, it's no wonder 8,680 were produced in all! Kit features a detailed cockpit, an opening bomb bay with racks and four bombs, a navigation compartment, rotating turrets, separate rudder and elevator flaps, optional side-window machine guns, two tail machine gun positions (radome or belly gun turret), opening engine cooling rings, optional lowered landing flaps and decals for three U.S. Army Air Force versions - Little Miss Mischief, B-17G-35-VE, 324th Squadron, 91st Group Bassingbourn, England, 1944, Good Deal, B-17G-35-BO, 815th Squadron, 483rd Group, Tortorella, Italy, January 1945 and False Courage, B-17G-65-VE, 7th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Mendelsham, 1945.

Features:

• Highly Detailed Plastic Parts Molded in Light Gray and Clear

• Detailed Cockpit and Opening Bomb Bay with Racks and Four Bombs

• Navigation Compartment

• Rotating Turrets and Optional Side-Window Machine Guns and Tail Machine Guns

• Opening Engine Cooling Rings and Optional Lowered Landing Flaps

• Waterslide Decals

Specifications:

• Skill Level: 3

• Scale: 1/72

• Length: 12-5/8 Inches

• Wingspan: 17-5/16 Inches

• Height: 3-1/4"

• Parts: 237

*This is a plastic model kit that requires painting and assembly. Paint and supplies required and are available separately.

Additional Information

SKU 658950
Manufacturer Revell
Mfr Part Number 85-5861
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