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Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72

Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
Bristol Beaufort Part 1 72-327 Scale 1/72
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  • Stock: 2
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  • Weight: 12.00g
  • SKU: 787
  • UPC: 950536995566
  • MPN: 72-327
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1. Bristol Beaufort Mk. l . L4449:OA-H of No. 22 Squadron, Thorney Island, UK, January 1940. B scheme of Dark Green and Earth with Sky undersides.

2. Bristol Beaufort Mk. l. N1016: OA-X of No. 22 Squadron, St Eval, UK. Flown by FO Kenneth Campbell during attack on Gneisenau, Brest, 6 April 1941.

3. Bristol Beaufort Mk. l. W6498: WA-K of No. 42 Squadron, Leuchars, Scotland,1941. B scheme of Dark Earth and Dark Green with roughly sprayed black  undersurfaces. Codes in white. 

4. Bristol Beaufort Mk. l. AW243:AW-O of No. 42 Squadron, Leuchars, Scotland, December 1941. Piloted by PO Philpot, one of the ‘Wooden Horse’ escapers. B scheme of dark Slate Grey and Extra Dark Sea Grey with Sky undersurfaces. Note the cut back faring around the rear turret to improve the arc of fire.
5. Bristol Beaufort Mk. l. L9802:GX-S of No. 415 Squadron, Thorney Island, November 1941. B scheme of Dark Slate Grey and Extra Dark Sea Grey with black undersurfaces. Codes in black with aircraft letter in white and also on nose in yellow.

6. Bristol Beaufort Mk. lA LR906:42 of No. 2 Torpedo Training Unit,  Castle Kennedy, Scotland, September 1943. Overall white finish with Extra Dark Sea Grey on upper surfaces. Codes in Dark Slate Grey.

7. Bristol Beaufort Mk. lA. Ek997 of the A&AEE used for tests of an airborne flame thrower for fighter defence, Boscombe Down, England, Spring 1943. Type B scheme of Extra Dark Sea Grey and Dark Slate Grey over Sky lower surfaces. Note the pipe and nozzle extending from the open bomb bay.

8. Bristol Beaufort Mk. lA L9965:T of  an unknown Mediterranean unit circa 1942. Scheme type B of Dark and Light Mediterranean Blues over Azure Blue lower surfaces. Code in Azure Blue. 
9. Bristol Beaufort Mk. lA EK979:35 of the Middle East Check and Conversion Unit, Bilbeis, Egypt, July 1944. Type A scheme of Middle Stone and Dark Earth over Azure Blue lower surfaces. Codes in white. Spinners red. 
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