The Bristol Blenheim light bomber was one of the most important aircraft available to the RAF at the start of WWII and more Squadrons than any other aircraft. The Mk.IV introduced a lengthened nose to replace the cramped bomb aimers position in earlier models, uprated engines and greater defensive firepower. These light bombers mounted some of the first RAF bombing raids against German targets in early 1940 and went on to see extensive service in many theatres of operation.
Scheme 1 - Bristol Blenheim MkIV GRB1 Free French Air Force Sudan March 1941
Scheme 2 - Bristol Blenheim MkIV R3816 / OM-J 107 Squadron Leuchars March 1941
Flying Hours: 2
Number of Parts: 158
Dimensions (mm): L185 x W238
This kit is a detailed scale model for hobbyists. Glue and paint sold separately.
Warning choking hazard, contains small parts. Actual product may vary slightly from the pictures shown.