3 différentes versions Vickers Valiant, Avro Vulcan et Handley-Page Victor
3 different versions Vickers Valiant, Avro Vulcan and Handley-Page Victor
|Echelle / Scale||1/72|
|Niveau / Skill||4 - Challenging|
|Dimensions||45,80 x 48,40 cms|
|Longueur / Length||456|
|Largeur / Width||488|
|Nb de pièces / Single components||142|
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With the end of the Second World War and the dawn of the nuclear age, the United Kingdom needed a new airborne arsenal to suit the times. In the years before a practical intercontinental ballistic missile, the theory was that a jet powered bomber could fly high enough and fast enough to avoid interception and to deliver a nuclear payload on its target.
The Canberra bomber was only capable of reaching the border of the Soviet Union from UK airfields, so a specification was issued for an advanced long-distance bomber with a nuclear capability.
This specification resulted in orders being placed for three designs from some of the heavyweights of WWII bomber manufacture – the Vickers Valiant, Avro Vulcan and Handley-Page Victor.
Avis client : Bombardier Vickers Valiant BK.MK.1 Bomber, 1/72
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