Introducing HK Models New Avro Lancaster

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Bachmann Europe are pleased to announce the release of a 1/32 scale Lancaster limited edition plastic kit from HK Models. This astonishing kit includes extra fuselage and nose section in clear plastic giving you the choice of building the kit either using the clear plastic to highlight the incredible interior detail or as a conventional plastic kit using the detailed and textured grey styrene fuselage, nose and other parts.

Bachmann Europe - HK Models - Limited Edition Lancaster Bomber Kit

Above: HK Models 1/32 scale Lancaster (PKHK01E10)

What’s in the box?

• Two fuselage and nose sections – clear plastic and textured grey
• Markings for 3 aircraft comprising R5868 OL – Q Queenie, R5868 PO-S Sugar and W4783 AR-G George
• 23 Sprues – comprising 633 parts!
• Comprehensive assembly instructions

(1/32 Scale Lancaster - Item Number - PKHK01E10)

Above: Detailed images of the Lancaster (PKHK01E10)

Share the nation’s love affair with this iconic British aircraft and contact your local Bachmann stockist to pre-order your kit today!

The extra fuselage and nose section (clear plastic sections) will only be available with the first run of this kit and will NOT be included in additional runs so this really is a kit not to be missed! These are due to arrive in the UK in October/November. Demand will be very high for this one off kit and we would strongly recommend pre-ordering this item to avoid disappointment! RRP £399.99

Brief history of the Avro Lancaster

The Avro Lancaster was a British four-engined strategic bomber that was used as the RAF’s principal heavy bomber during the latter half of the Second World War. It was designed and manufactured by Avro in Chadderton near Oldham, Greater Manchester with production moving to Canada in early 1942.

A particularly famous mission was performed by the Lancaster on 17th -18th May 1943. Operation Chastise was carried out by 617 Squadron in modified Mk IIIs carrying the legendary Bouncing Bomb, which had been designed by British engineer Barnes Wallis. The story of the operation was later made into the iconic film, The Dam Busters.