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English Electric Canberra B.2 << AMP #72-018, 1:72 scale

English Electric Canberra B.2 << AMP #72-018, 1:72 scale

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Hello Friend!
I am glad to propose you this very nice model kit with wonderful art picture on the box.

In the box you can find all for building of model:

  • detailed plastic parts;
  • decals for model from real historical events;
  • photo-etched parts for the high detailing;
  • transparent parts for imitation of glass;
  • masks for transparent parts for neat painting;
  • coloring schemes for your model;
  • detailed illustrated instruction in English.


The English Electric Canberra was a British jet bomber and reconnaissance aircraft from the Cold War and modern times. The plane's flight took place in 1949, and the machine entered service in 1951. In total, about 900 aircraft of this type were built for the needs of the RAF. In the Canberra B.6 version, the drive was provided by two Rolls-Royce Avon RA7 engines with a thrust of 36 kN each. The on-board armament of the aircraft consisted of four 20mm Hispano Mark V cannons. The machine could also carry a load of bombs and rockets with a total weight of up to approx. 3,600 kilograms.
Development work on the English Electric Canberra began at the end of World War II, and their goal was to create a bomber with the best possible flight parameters - including maximum speed and range - for the RAF. It was quickly recognized that the machine must be powered by jet engines. What's more, despite the good pace of work, the design of the aircraft was carefully developed and turned out to be a hit. Finally, when it was introduced to the English Electric line, the Canberra was probably the best aircraft in its class in the world, and its great performance meant that it retained its combat value throughout almost the entire Cold War! In the course of production, many versions of this successful machine were created, including the Canberra B.2 (the first serial production version), the Canberra PR.3 (the photo reconnaissance version) and the Canberra T.4 (the first training version). It is worth adding that the plane was operated not only by Great Britain, but also by Australia, Argentina and India. The English Electric Canberra, with numerous modifications and licensed production, also served in the USAF as the Martin B-57 Canberra.

But I have to warn!
The kit is unassembled and unpainted.
The kit don't contain paints, glue and tools for assembly.
The pictures is for illustration purpose only.

I am sure you will have great fun a building this model.
Thank you for your time.

Good shopping.

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