The Camel was perhaps the best allied fighter of WW I. Its victory tally
was 1,924 aircraft shot down in only sixteen months of fighting. The Camel was
an Aces' mount which was extremely agile and had a fast rate of climb. In a
controversial air battle in 1918, the great Baron Von Richthofen fell to the
guns of a 209 Squadron RAF Camel flown by Canadian Roy Brown.
Medium grey plastic pieces molded to sprue trees.
Single seat cockpit.
Recessed panel lines give authentic look.
Detailed cockpit and landing gear.
Detailed engine compartment.
Detailed pictorial instructions.
OPTIONS: One decal sheet with markings for two aircraft:
1: Sopwith Camel F.1, Capt. A.R. Brown, No. 209 Squadron, RAF,
2: Sopwith Camel F.1, No. 43 Squadron, RAF, mid-1918.
-Flat Black, Flat White, Red, Metallic Grey, Gunmetal, Wood Brown,
Desert Sand, Dark Brown, Khaki Green, Aluminum.
One 1/32 Scale Sopwith Camel F.1 Plastic Model Kit.
Hobby Knife or Sprue Cutter
Water for Waterslide Decals
Paint: (See MARKING OPTIONS)
Pin Vise or Drill
Glue Tips or Toothpicks
A finished size for this model is not supplied by the manufacturer.