1:144 Scale Diecast Metal - Martin Model 167 Maryland Bomber - RAF - Length: 4" Wingspan: 5”
This Maryland model has some very small and fragile parts for the landing gear that needs to be assembled/put in place. A small amount of glue might be needed to secure the pieces. One could chose to not assembled the landing gear and model the plane in the inflight position, but be advised that there are no wheel well covers.
There are several gun position on the plane, these do not move. The propellers are glued in place, they do not turn.
A plastic display stand is included with the model.
This is really a "no-play" model or a "display-only" model.
This is not a toy, it is a display model recommended for 15 and older.
The Martin Model 167 Maryland was an American medium bomber that first flew in 1939. It saw action in World War II with France and the United Kingdom.