This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
The B-10 is a bomber independently developed by Martin for the U.S. Army Air Corps. It was an all-metal twin-engine aircraft with a bomb tank inside the fuselage -- a novel style at the time. The prototype was tested in 1932, and it showed a maximum speed of 317km/h. It was ordered as the YB-10 in 1933, and after export permits were issued in 1936, the export type 139W was sent to the Netherlands, Argentina, the Republic of China, Turkey, Thailand and other countries. During the Sino-Japanese War in 1938, the ROC B-10 was the first bomber to invade mainland Japan.
This kit includes decals for the Dutch East Indian Army Air Corps (x1), and the Argentine Air Force (x3). Also includes two different styles of nose parts.
- [Includes]: Decals for four versions
- [Size]: Approximately 18.9cm long with a wingspan of 30cm when completed