Skill level: 4
Length: 206 mm
Wingspan: 314 mm
First flown by the Royal Naval Air Service's No. 4 Squadron in June 1917, the Camel proved to be a formidable counter to Germany's Albatros. This highly-maneuverable and incredibly fast plane was a late addition to the British Arsenal, but it quickly became the fighter of choice for aces. Today, the Sopwith Camel remains one of WWI's most iconic aircraft. Kit features detailed structures with cloth texture, moving prop and wheels, 9-cyliner engine, detailed cockpit, ground crew figure, twin Vickers guns, cord for wires and two decal sets.
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