Handley Page HEYFORD Mk.I / Mk.II / Mk.III
The Handley Page Heyford was a twin-engine British biplane bomber of the 1930s. Although it had a short service life, it equipped several squadrons of the RAFas one of the most important British bombers of the mid-1930s, and was the last biplane heavy bomber to serve with the RAF. The aircraft was named for and first deployed at RAF Upper Heyford, near Bicester in Oxforshire.
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Handley Page HEYFORD Mk.III - 'C' Flight, No.102(B) Squadron, RAF, 1938.
Handley Page HEYFORD Mk.I - 'A' Flight, No.99 Squadron, RAF, 1934.
Handley Page HEYFORD Mk.II - 'B' Flight, No.7(B) Squadron, RAF, 1935.
- Lang; 240 mm.
Humbrol verf kleur nr.'s; 9 / 27 / 29 / 33 / 53 / 56 / 61 / 67 / 70 / 72 / 74 / 75 / 79.
Released by Matchbox in 1980