This military staple of the Royal Air...
This military staple of the Royal Air Force served in at least five different roles: maritime striker, torpedo bomber, night fighter, and airborne interceptor. This model airplane kit features easy model conversion and a life-like cockpit.
Warning: Last items in stock!
- Three separate decal sheets
- Two scaled models of crew members
- A highly-detailed cockpit
- The ability to convert easily between model types
From this plane’s windows, a hundred different conflicts were sighted. This kit’s two assembly options, one for a fighter and one for a coastal commander, barely scratch the surface of this craft’s versatility. Utilized heavily in World War Two, the Beaufighter VI served the Royal Air Force in a variety of ways: torpedo bomber, night fighter, airborne interceptor, and maritime striker. Long after Germany’s defeat, this craft remained in service around the globe and even flew during the Cold War.
After roughly twenty-years of service, the Beaufighter officially retired in 1960. Its short-nosed and thick-winged body come accurately represented in this quality model airplane by Tamiya. Three separate marking options, two crew member models, a highly-detailed cockpit, and easy model conversions earned this plastic model’s positive reception. Whether you wish to go detail-crazy, or stay true to the box art, the Bristol Beaufighter VI offers a delightful building opportunity.
|Skill Level|| Intermediate|