Aircraft model: B-52G Stratofortress - Italeri

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Plastic model to assemble of American military aircraft. Length of the assembled model: 67.4 cm....

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Product description : Aircraft model: B-52G Stratofortress

Plastic model to assemble of American military aircraft.
Length of the assembled model: 67.4 cm.
Difficulty level: 4. The B-52 Stratofortress is arguably the most famous long-range strategic bomber in aviation history. Produced by the Boeing company from 1955, it was for a long time one of the symbols of the Cold War. Version G of the aircraft is the most widely used, and played a major role in Operation Desert Storm in 1991. This set is part of Italeri's Gulf War 25th Anniversary collection.
  • Reference Italeri-1378
  • Brand Italeri
  • Product code ART0000158536
  • Recommended age from 15 year
  • Provenance Italy
  • Models' themes United States armies, Vietnam War
  • Materials Plastic
  • Packaging dimension 57 x 30 x 12 cm
  • Weight 1360 g
  • Safety Warning ! Cannot be used by children under 15 years old
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16€99 Home delivery Estimated delivery between
the 24/06 and the 26/06
Home express delivery
21€99 Express delivery
at your address
Estimated delivery between
the 22/06 and the 24/06

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ITALERI is an Italian company that has been marketing quality plastic models since the 1960s. Initially, this brand wanted to be a specialist in airplane models and military models; but over time it has grown to offer a wide range of quality scale models in order to always meet customer demand. From the purchase of your scale model, through the construction to the painting stage, Italeri accompanies you to help you in the realization of your models. Thus, you can have confidence in this great brand, a pioneer of model airplanes.

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