Flying in nearly every theater of combat during World War II for numerous Allied nations, the B-24 Liberator was the most produced heavy bomber in history with more than 19,000 units manufactured, beginning in 1941. It was perhaps the most influential American bomber of the entire war and was not officially retired until 1968.
Clear some shelf space for your brand new aviation centerpiece — a replica of a B-24D Liberator measuring nearly three-and-a-half feet in wingspan! This 1/32 scale plastic kit comes with an incredible attention to detail including a glazed canopy, a well-equipped cockpit and gear cabin, realistic gunner stations (with rotating weaponry), free-spinning propellers (with detailed radial engines fronts), 24 sprues, rubber tires, a detailed undercarriage, numerous photo-etched parts, and authentic markings. Assembly required. 560 pieces. Skill level 5. Measures approximately 26½" with a 41¼" wingspan.