A WWII heavy fighter built by the Dornier company, the 335B Pfeil boasted a duo of powerful inline engines located in the front fuselage rather than its wings. It first flew in October of 1943, but wasn't introduced until 1944 because of engine delivery delays. This aircraft was initially designed as a single seater yet later variants were two-seater training fighters.
This high-quality 1/72 scale, die cast replica of a Donier Do 335B Pfeil as it appeared in the RAF from Germany in 1945, featuring accurate markings and paint scheme, spinning propeller, movable wheels on landing gear, and a display stand. It measures approximately 7½" long with a 7½" wingspan.