North American B-25B Mitchell
The B-25 Mitchell was a medium American bomber used during World War II, named in honor of Major General William ‘Billy’ Mitchell, a pioneer of US military aviation. The B-25 was a twin-engine mid-wing characterized by three-point landing gear and double tail. It featured a wide fuselage with places for pilots next to each other. B-25B version gained fame as the first bomber used in the USAAF front-line unit. After the war ended, many B-25Bs remained in service, operating across four decades. There were 120 planes in this version built.
The construction block model of B-25B has easy-to-open pilot’s cockpit, retractable landing gear, rotating flaps, and doors that can be opened to drop bombs.
2 figures: USAAF pilots
Bodywork with pad printing
A sheet of stickers
Easy-to-follow instruction manual
Compatible with other brands of construction blocks
Model dimensions (length x width x height): 425mm x 485mm x 140mm
|Item Number||COBI 5541|