This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
The Mosquito earned the reputation of being one of the most outstanding aircraft of WWII. Constant success in various fighter-bomber, maritime and ground attack roles made it a very respected foe by its opponents, and its all-wooden construction provided resistance to punishing damage and afforded quick repair.
Contains markings for:
- DE Havilland Mosquito NF.Mk.II (DD712, 'YP.R' of 23 Squadron, Royal Air Force, November, 1942)
- DE Havilland Mosquito FB.Mk.VI (PZ468, 'QM.D' of 254 Squadron, Royal Air Force, RAF North Coates, Spring 1945)
- DE Havilland Mosquito FB.Mk.XVIII (A52-520, 'NA.B' of 1 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, Labaun Island, July 1945)