Nieuport 24 bis
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
Gustave Delage-design WWI sesquiplane chaser evolved from the Ni.17 and endowed with pleasant more curvaceous lines; standard production 'bis' variant without fixed vertical stabilizer. Kit features restrained fabric-over-frame effects, well appointed cockpit, detailed multi-part Le Rhone radial engine (with separate cylinder heads, pushrod array and intake manifold), fuselage-mounted Vickers machine gun, acetate windscreens and rigging diagram. Decals and painting reference for 5 aircraft:
- Nieuport 24bis, N3305 flown by Caporal Six of Escadrille N.159 Aviation Militaire, February 1918.
- Nieuport 24bis, N3263, unknown Training Squadron, USAS, France, late 1917.
- Nieuport 24bis, (serial unknown) flown by Commander of 1th Soviet Fighting Air Group - Military Pilot Ivan Pavlov. Battle of Kazan. Swiyazhsk airfield, August1918.
- Nieuport 24bis, N5086 flown by Lt. Juliusz Gilewicz of 5th Squadron from Polish Air Service, 1919.
Nieuport 24bis, N4300 flown by Lt. Janis Prieditis from Latvian aviation, Spilve airfield, Riga, August 1919.