This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
This kit from Mikro Mir is an entirely new mold! The S.5 was a competition seaplane designed by Reginald Mitchell and produced by Supermarine; it competed in the 1927 and 1929 Schneider Trophy races. Two aircraft equipped with a W12 cylinder engine participated in the 1927 race in Venice, controlled by S.N. Webster. The aircraft with the serial number N220 won a record of 453.28km/h, and the other aircraft finished second.
The kit includes decals for two versions (including serial number N220 when winning the 1927 race, and attempting a speed record in 1928), photo-etched parts including the tension line and instrument panel, and paint masking seals. Order yours today!
- [Size]: Approximately 10.2cm long, wingspan 11.3cm when completed
- [Includes]: Decals for 2 versions, photo-etched parts, paint masking seals