BOULTON&PAUL P-12 BODMIN
The Boulton & Paul P.12 Bodmin was an experimental British twin-engined biplane bomber with its engines mounted in a fuselage engine room and with tandem pairs of tractor and pusher airscrews mounted between the wings. The two Bodmins built flew successfully in 1924, proving the concept, but the layout was not developed to production.
Material: Grey resin
Parts: 162 pcs. (5 transparent)
Etched parts: 31 pcs.
Decals: 18 pcs.
Film: 3 pcs.
Model dimensions: (Length) 224 mm x (Span) 292 mm