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B-26C Invader

B-26C Invader
B-26C Invader

The A/B-26 was an unusual design for a light attack bomber of the early 1940s period, as it was designed as a single-pilot aircraft . The first flew on 10 July 1942 at Mines Field, by pilot Benny O.Howard at the controls. The A-26 was originally built in two different configurations; A-26B had a "solid" nose, which normally housed six (or later eight) 50 caliber machine gun.The A-26C's "glass" nose, for medium altitude precision bombing. The A-26C nose section included two fixed M-2 guns, later replaced physically and functionally by underwing gun packs or internal guns in the wings. About 2452 aircrafts were products.

Hand made model from a first solid mahogany wood choice, with a lot of details. Acacia wood plinth with engraved metal style plate supplied. L38.50x53cm
Trade-mark :Pilot's Station
Decoration :Francaise
Scale :1/43ème
Price TTC
145,00 € / $ 163.85
Export Price
120,83 € / $ 136.54
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