1/72 PK605 Matchbox Handley Page HP-58 Heyford Mk.III - Mk.I and Mk.II
Plastic Model Kit, Box Condition: Good
The Heyford was the last big biplane bomber to serve with the RAF and equipped 11 First-Line Squadrons at the time. The prototype first few in 1930 and had many novel features such as retractable ventral turret and the wing attached to the underside of the top wing for excellent visibility. It was soon nicknamed 'Express Bomber' due to it's ability to carry a large bomb load, fly at high speeds and be rapidly re-armed, serviced and repaired. Has parts and decals for all three variants from 102(B) RAF Sq. 1938, No. 99 Sq 1934 and No. 7(B) Sq. 1935. The kit has never been started. Inventoried 100% complete including decals and instructions.
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