Celebrate the infancy of military aircraft with this exciting addition to the popular Wings of the Great War series!
Though the Roland D.VI ultimately lost a fly-off to the Fokker D.VII to determine the superior aircraft, the former was produced anyway as an insurance policy. Deliveries began in May of 1918 and by August of that year, 70 of the 350 manufactured had made it to frontline service.
Add a unique World War I-era fighter to your collection! The 1/72 scale resin display model — a replica of a D.VIa flown by Emil Koch of Jasta 32B in 1917 — features finely textured surfaces that simulate fabric-on-frame construction to the biplane struts and cross supports, fixed landing gear, authentic markings, and a display stand with an articulating mount to present your model at various in-flight angles! Measures approximately 3½" long with a 5¼" wingspan.