BRISTOL BLENHEIM Mk.IVF
Ordered straight from the drawing board in 1935 the Bristol Type 142, later called the Blenheim was, for its time, a very advanced aircraft but by the outbreak of the Second World War it had been overtaken by fighter development.
Seeing service across all the major fronts of the Second World War, the Blenheim was used extensively by the RAF as both a light bomber and fighter before being phased out of service in 1943, replaced by more modern types less vulnerable to enemy fighters.
Twee uitvoeringen mogelijk;
- BRISTOL BLENHEIM Mk.IVF - No.248 Squadron Coastal Command, Royal Air Force North Coates, Lincolnshire, England, 1940.
- BRISTOL BLENHEIM Mk.IVF - Aircraft flown by Wing Commander John William Maxwall "Max" Aitken, Commanding Officer No.68 Squadron, Royal Air Force High Ercall, Shropshire, England, 1941.
- Lang; 185 mm.
- Breed; 238 mm.
Aantal onderdelen; 158
Humbrol verf kleur nr.'s; 24 / 29 / 30 / 33 / 34 / 53 / 61 / 62 / 78 / 85 / 96.