Model B24D Liberator (MR)

PLU: #2265723400000

Skill Level 2 Scale: 1:48 Length: 17-3/8" Wingspan: 27-1/8" Parts: 167 Description For most of World War II, Consolidated's B-24 Liberator was the largest bomber available to the U. S. Army Air Forces. Only when the B-29 Superfortress became operational late in the war did the B-24 give up this distinction. The B-24 was operated in every theater of the war by the USAAF, and the British also used it in large numbers. •Detailed cockpit, interior and landing gear plus movable turrets and guns. •Optional bomb bay doors open or closed with bomb load. •Includes markings for, Fightin' Sam, B-24D-65-CO, 42-51457, 389th Bomb Group, 566th Bomb Squadron, Hethel, Norfolk, England, 1943-44 and Jerk's Natural, B-24D-51-CO, 41-23711, 93rd Bomb Group, 328th Bomb Squadron, Hardwick, England, 1943. •Molded in light gray and clear.