The Boston A-20 was the first bomber to be fitted with a tricycle undercarriage.In June 1942, the first American A-20C's of the 15th Bomber Squadron arrived in England. They were also used in North Africa. The primary version of the A-20 family was the heavily armed G version. The A-20J was a modified G version whichhad a fully glazed frame-less nose instead of the six rigidly mounted nose-guns.They served with the RAF under the name Boston Mk.IV and could carry 906 kg bombs. Model details: Structured Surfaces with Recessed Panel Lines; Detailed Cockpit with Side Consoles; Instrument Panel; Machine-Gun Turret; Detailed Undercarriage; Detailed Engine Pods with Twin Radial Engine; Nose Cone with Bomb-sight; and Decals for both RAF and USAAF versions. Paint colors needed: Matte Nato-Olive, Matte Dark Green, Matte Medium Gray, Matte Black, Matte Yellow, Matte White, Matte Reddish Brown, Matte Bronze Green, Metallic Steel, Matte Anthracite Gray, Matte Light Gray, Metallic Aluminum, Silky-Matte Fiery Red, and Silky-Matte Leaf Green.
|This plastic model kit requires plastic cement and paint for assembly, and they are sold separately.|