Introduced in March 1918, the French-built, Nieuport 28C.1 biplane fighter was a lightweight and highly maneuverable aircraft that, after a shortage of the popular SPAD XIII, went into increased production and became the first fighter to see service with the American Expeditionary Forces' pursuit squadrons.
Build one of those World War I-era fighters! This 1/32 scale, plastic kit features finely textured surfaces, a detailed engine, accurately reproduced biplane wings with struts and crossbeams, three sets of authentic markings for the 94th Aero Squadron (including 26-victory ace Captain E.V. Rickenbacker), and more. 10" wingspan; assembly required.