The Douglas DB7 was developed to a French Air Force requirement from an existing Dougles private venture. The initial production was delivered to the French, but after the fall of France in 1940 the remainder were diverted to the RAF where it entered service as the Douglas Boston I. A number of these were converted for nightfighter and intruder operations, known as the Havoc I.
The High Planes kit represents an early intruder variant. The model includes the glazed nose, smaller fin and rudder, short rear nacelles, flat top wing, small wheels, flatter windscreen and detail changes that were present on early aircraft. Decals are included for two black camouflaged intruders and one experimental scheme - BJ 496 in sea greys and black.
Materials: Plastic, Resin, White metal
Decal Options: RAF x 3
This is an assembly kit for experienced modellers using limited run technology. Some clean up of parts and fitting will be required. Paint and cement not included. Suitable for ages 14 to Adult.