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Martin Model 167 "Maryland" by Jerry BatesMartin Model 167 "Maryland" by Jerry Bates

Martin Model 167 "Maryland" by Jerry Bates

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The Martin Model 167 was an American-designed medium bomber that first flew in 1939. It saw action in World War II with France and the United Kingdom, where they later named it "Maryland".

Scale: 1/6, Wingspan: 122.5”
Length: 94.4” Wing Area 2150 sq. in.
Power suggested: (2) DLE 33’s
Retracts: Robart #148

2-piece wing and 2-piece fuselage for ease of transportation.

The Belair parts sets contains laser cut parts in balsa and plywood to complete the basic airframe. Parts are cut from Jerry's original CAD files and include formers, bulkheads, elevator and rudder cores, wing tips, tail and fin posts, nacelle formers, tailplane ribs plus many smaller items. Builder to supply strip/sheeting and plans. 

Price: 440.00 Inc VAT
506.00 USD | 431.20 EUR

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