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B-26 Invader Medium Bomber USAF 1/67 Made in the USA

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How long is the model when complete:
Measures 9 inches long with a wingspan of 12.5 inches
What age is recommended:
Ages 14 and up
What paints do I need:
We recommend Black, Olive Drab, White, Silver, Red, Flesh
Does it come with paint and glue:
Paint and glue are sold separately
How many parts are included:
39 parts
  • B-26 Invader Medium Bomber USAF 1/67 Made in the USA
  • B-26 Invader Medium Bomber USAF 1/67 decals
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1/67 Scale. This kit comes from the old Monogram tooling. Comes molded in silver with clear parts and landing gear. Features updated decal sheet and artwork. Skill level 2. Officially licensed with Boeing. During World War II, the B-26 (formerly A-26) was developed by the Douglas Aircraft Company to fill the need for a modern attack plane. It was named the Invader and was the fastest attack bomber of its day. Combining speed, heavy fire-power and bomb capacity, it served well as a straight bomber, nightfighter, skip bomber or as a strafing and attack plane. This model of the B-26 carried eighteen .50 cal. machine guns and 6 rockets in addition to the regular bomb load within the fuselage. The gun turrets in the fuselage were remotely controlled and were aimed by a gunner using a periscope-like sighting mechanism.The Invader had a wingspan of 70 feet and was 50 feet 9 inches long. Cruising speed was in the 300 mph class. Power was supplied by two 18 cylinder, double-row Pratt and Whitney radial engines. Normal crew consisted of 3 men.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Douglas B-26 Invader

    Posted by Marvin Bunting on Mar 16th 2024

    This model is awesome, it went together great and looks like a real B-26. The clear swivel mount is the best way to display it. It can be out in any position and makes it look right in the air. The landing gear is positioned in the down and locked mode. I thoroughly enjoyed building it, and it sits on my display case proudly.

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