Rear driver control post for Garford-Putilov
3d printed parts
Some of the Garfords (Including German captured Garfords) had installed rear driver control post.
Was largely the same as the definitive XVII, differing mainly in the use of a different machine gun synchronizer. Nieuport XXIIIs were operated by both French and British squadrons alongside Nieuport XVIIs until their replacement by Nieuport 24s.
A french fighter, While it had a similar airframe to the Nieuport XVII, it was equipped with a less powerful Le Rhone 9C engine as it was originally intended as a long range escort fighter. It was also license manufactured in Russia by Dux Factory.
This is a unique Austro Hungarian armoured car with its distinctive inward-sloping body,
even today it looks like from another galaxy.
Plastic kit of a well known Lanchester Armoured car.
The Lanchester 4x2 was the second most numerous armoured car in service during WWI.
CSM first 1/32 plastic injection kit