Known as one of the most successful and widely used twin-engine fighters during WWII, the Beaufighter Mk. VI was the sixth variant from Bristol's series. With four nose-mounted 20mm cannons and six 7.7mm machine guns, this aircraft was quickly recognized as extremely armed compared to other fighters in the RAF. The Mk. VI was unique by including a deadly torpedo launcher as part of the design.
This high-quality 1/72 scale, die cast replica of a Beaufighter Mk. VI as it appeared in the USAAF in Corsica, France during 1944, featuring accurate markings and paint scheme, spinning propeller, movable wheels, detachable weapons, and a display stand. 9½" wingspan.