Spad XIII 1/72 Display Model - WW15001 4523, 94th Aero Squadron, USAS, E.V. Rickenbacker, 1918

Wings of the Great War

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Military Conflict:
World War I
1:72 Scale
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Wings of the Great War Series

The SPAD XIII, a French biplane aircraft of World War I, was one of the most capable fighters of the era, and one of the most-produced, with 8,472 built.

Add one of those World War I-era fighters to your collection! Part of the new Wings of the Great War series, this limited edition, newly tooled, 1/72 scale, resin display model of a SPAD XIII flown by 26-victory ace Captain E.V. Rickenbacker of the 94th Aero Squadron - the first American squadron to see aerial combat during WWI - in 1918 has the attention to detail that collectors love, from the simulated fabric-covered wings with visible ribs to the 7.7mm Vickers machine guns mounted in front of the cockpit; intricate Hispano-Suiza V8 engine; wing and landing gear bracing; authentic markings, including the 94th's "Hat in the Ring" insignia; and, more. You even get an information disc. 4½" wingspan; includes a display stand with an articulating mount that presents your aircraft at any angle you choose!