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.
Nieuport XVII Late
CSM first 1/32 plastic injection kit