Oxford - 1/72 Percival Proctor Koninklijke
Oxford crosses the North Sea for the third release of their 1:72 scale Percival Proctor. Here we see it as used by the Royal Netherlands Air Force, who took delivery of ten Proctor Mk IV aircraft in June 1947. They were deployed as liaison planes but were scrapped in October 1953. Originally designed by Edgar Percival and produced in the Percival factory in response to a 1939 Air Ministry requirement for a radio trainer and communications plane, the British Percival Proctor comprised a single-engined, low wing monoplane with seating for up to four crew members. It was not a great success and during its lifetime, only 1143 in total were ever built. This model comes in a bright yellow colour scheme of the Dutch Air Force and features their red, white and blue roundel on the upper and lower wings, as well as on the rear fuselage, while the tailfin features the Dutch red, white and blue banded flag. The identification W8 is printed in black on the sides and the wing walkways and upper front section of the aircraft are masked in matt black.
- Scale: 1/72
- Size approximately: L 4.25 x W 6.25 inches
- Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
- Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
- Interchangeable extended/retracted landing gear with rotating wheels.
- Presentation stand to display the aircraft "in flight".
- Spinning propellers.
- An Accurate Scale Model and replica
- This model is part of Oxford collection
- Not a toy, suitable for age 14+
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