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Saab B5 'Swedish Dive bomber" (BACK IN STOCK ex MPM) (Special Hobby SH72421)

Saab B5 'Swedish Dive bomber
Saab B5 'Swedish Dive bomber" (BACK IN STOCK ex MPM) (Special Hobby SH72421)
€ 18.14
EU: incl. tax € 21.95
Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Scale:1 : 72
Publisher/Brand:Special Hobby
Availability:In stock

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Product description

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box SH72421, Publisher/Brand Special Hobby

SAAB B-5 'Swedish Dive Bomber' 1/72
- Swedish variety of the Northrop A-17 bomber
- contains etches, resins and vacuum-formed canopy. The Northrop A-17 was a US dive bomber aeroplane which saw service not just with the USAAF but it also proved to be an export success in the pre-war era. A low-wing monoplane of modern all metal construction was operated by many nations, it was also licence-produced in Sweden, which had required the type to be fitted with the British Mercury power plant and ski undercarriage was to be the option, too, for flying in winter conditions.
This kit has been created the same way as the original was, ie.by adapting the A-17 type. So, it contains resin parts, vacuum-formed canopy and two frets of etches (pre-coloured and a plain one) The decal sheets brings markings for three Swedish machines in various styles of camouflage patterns.

Decals with three Swedish marking and colour options
Contains resin parts, pre-coloured and plain etches
Two styles of the undercarriage, with wheels and skis, both used on the type

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