This model is a REISSUE, previously available on old Ecardmodels store
Images of model represent how to build the subject and may not represent the actual scheme of the kit as shown on the cover art.
The Breguet 14T was a 1920’s post-war conversion of the firm’s very successful Model 14 bomber/recon aircraft. Alterations included moving the pilot’s cockpit aft, to approximately where the gunner’s cockpit had been, and installing a cabin that could hold two passengers. External fuel tanks were also fitted, between the wings. Over 8,000 Breguets of all models were produced, the production line remaining open until 1928.
Paper Model Details: 104 parts on four pages, with illustrated instructions and construction photos. Full cockpit, opaque passenger cabin glazing, wing formers, external fuel tanks, parts for choice of boxed or layered wheels, extra parts, strut templates, rigging diagrams. Designed by Terry Moyle and Rosie Louise.
A photo-art rendition of F-CMAB as it might have looked during the Roaring 20’s.