72004 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.I-II

72004 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.I-II

British Medium Bomber

This kit contains a new  fuselage sprue, new engines, new canopy, new PUR parts and etched parts.

Colour schemes:

  • Armstrong Whitworth Whitley  Mk.I,K7219/10, of No.10 Squadron RAF in 1938, when based at Dishforth airfield, North Yorkshire. Unit crest in a grenade form placed on the nose.
  • Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.I, K7200/78-V, of No.78 Squadron RAF, when based at Dishforth airfield, North Yorkshire, early in 1938.
  • Armstrong airfield, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire), early 1940. Whitworth Whitley Mk.II, K7229/OF-A, of No.97 Squadron RAF serving as a training unit before forming the OTUs, Abingdon
  • Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk.II, K7233/51-P, based at Linton-on-Ouse airfield in 1938. The aircraft served both with Nos.51 and 9 Squadron RAF before being relegated to training duties.