Unassembled plastic model kit with resin parts.
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This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
Morane-Saulnier's M.S.405 was developed by Engineer in Chief Paul-Rene Gauthier. The MS.405 was a low-wing monoplane of mixed construction, with fabric-covered wooden tail, but a bonded metal/wood material skin fixed to duralumin tubing. Plymax consisted of a thin sheet of duralumin bonded to a thicker sheet of plywood. Kit has engraved panel lines, cockpit, boxed-in wheel wells, undercarriage, 3-blade propeller with separately molded spinner, single-piece canopy and resin parts.
Decals and color markings for (4) aircraft:
- No.1 durch test in CEMA, test pilot "Kostia" Rozanoff, Reims 1938
- No.1, Chartres , June 1940
- No.4, prototype of MS.406, CEMA , January 1940
- No.15, Salon de Provence 1939