B-17G, Guillows #2002 Balsa Wood Model Airplane Kit. The B-17 lived up to its flying fortress nickname during World War 2 when it penetrated deep into the Third Reich to blast German war production facilities. Bristling with machine guns, the G version of the B-17 was a formidable opponent for enemy fighters being able to absorb extensive battle damage and still survive to deliver its bomb cargo on designated targets. Flown by the Eighth Air Force, the B-17G proved the feasibility of strategic daytime bombing at a time when the concept was questioned because of losses suffered from enemy defenses during the early war years. The superior combat record of the B-17 won it a deserved reputation as one of aviations most successful bomber designs.
Wing Span: 45¾ Scale: 1/28 Min. This airplane is a wood model. You will need a building board, hobby knife, fine sandpaper, glue and a small hobby saw to complete the kit. Unlike a plastic model you will need to cut, fit, and sand some of the parts to make the best fit and shape.
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Top Security, WE USE ONLY PAY PAL Shopping Cart. Tens of Thousands of Satisfied Customers. The item "B-17G, Guillows #2002 Balsa Wood Model Airplane Kit" is in sale since Wednesday, January 31, 2018. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Models & Kits\Military\Aircraft\Airplanes". The seller is "ironside231" and is located in South Bend, Indiana.
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