ICM Aircraft 1/72 WWII Soviet SB2M100A Bomber Kit
The SB (Skorostnoy Bombardirovschik – High-speed Bomber) was one of the world’s first twin-engined bombers with smooth metal plating and retractable chassis. The SB (ANT-40) was constructed in the A. N. Tupolev design bureau under the supervision of A.A. Archangelsky. It made its maiden flight in October 7, 1934.
- Recessed panel lines and rivets, interior detail (cockpit, bomb bay, bombardier and gunner's stations), 2 central wing spars, separate control surfaces, choice of wheeled or ski undercarriage, optional bomb loads, choice of 2 windscreens, plus optional position landing gear and bomb bay doors. Decals and painting guide for 4 VVS aircraft: 'Yellow 4' of 24 SBAP, Karelia, December 1939; 'Red 2' of 49 SBAP, Mongolia, June 1940; 'White 9' of an unknown unit, summer 1941 and 'Red 8' of 44 SBAP, Karelia, January 1940.