Unassembled plastic model kit
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
For most of World War II, Consolidated's B-24 Liberator was the largest bomber available to the U. S. Army Air Forces. Only when the B-29 Superfortress became operational late in the war did the B-24 give up this distinction. The B-24 was operated in every theater of the war by the USAAF, and the British also used it in large numbers.
- Detailed cockpit, interior and landing gear plus movable turrets and guns.
- Optional bomb bay doors open or closed with bomb load.
- Includes markings for, Fightin' Sam, B-24D-65-CO, 42-51457, 389th Bomb Group, 566th Bomb Squadron, Hethel, Norfolk, England, 1943-44 and Jerk's Natural, B-24D-51-CO, 41-23711, 93rd Bomb Group, 328th Bomb Squadron, Hardwick, England, 1943.
- Molded in light gray and clear.