This plane was the aerial...
This plane was the aerial contortionist of World War One. The versatile biplane overcame rough beginnings to change military history. Built by Revell, this model airplane features a life-like cockpit and a highly-detailed undercarriage.
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- Choice of two or four-bladed props
- Two separate sets of decals
- An insanely-detailed cockpit
- A highly-intricate undercarriage
Jumping off the assembly line and into the hands of the inexperienced nearly spelt a quick end to this versatile biplane’s career. Poor tactics made the beginning years of the Bristol F.2B decisively sour: five out of the original six aircraft were destroyed or crippled within their first few battles. When given to the experienced and strategical, this twenty-five-foot plane proved itself an agile and versatile adversary. Holding a place in the military until it’s decommissioning in the 1930's, in spite of its bad beginnings, the Bristol made a large impact on military history.
For many years after the war, it remained a popular civilian aircraft. This charming plastic model kit by Revell seeks to honor the past of this little biplane. Builders can pick between two or four-bladed props and two separate sets of decals. Intensely detailed cockpit and highly-accurate undercarriage only add to the appeal of this model airplane. Perfect for any builder in love with biplanes, or World War One, the ending product is truly a sight to behold.
|Skill Level|| Somewhat Difficult|