26-1/2'' Wingspan B25 Mitchell Kit

Build the North American B-25 Mitchell U.S. Air Force World War II Bomber with this Scale Balsa Construction Kit from Guillow's. Scale Model for Adult Collector.

Guillows 26-1/2 Wingspan B25 Mitchell Kit
 Guillows # gui805
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Guillows Item # gui805
Specifications :
  • Wingspan: 26-1/2" (67.31cm)
  • Scale: 3/8" = 1'-0"
  • Guillows Product Number: 805
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Spotlight Review

"Too much plastic"
This Guillow kit is meant for display and really not intended to be built as a flyer. I prefer display models so I bought it. Guillows provides too much plastic. Rather than build up many of the components of the plane with balsa, Guillow provides formed styrene parts that are not easy to work with. Aside from that all other aspects of the model are very good. I would recommend this kit only if the builder has a LOT of time spent dealing with plastic parts.

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  • Authentic scale airplane specifically designed for the U-Control circle or display event.
  • For .020 to .049 twin engine U-Control.
  • Contest quality.
  • Top grade materials!
  • Complete instructions for installing the following operating features...may be omitted
  • -Removable Cowls
  • -Hinged Landing Gear Doors
  • -Detailed Landing Gear
  • -Movable Ailerons
  • -Movable Tail Surfaces
  • Full set of decals.
  • Scale wheels.
  • Plastic cowls, nacelles and canopies.
  • All material for U-Control installation including a Guillow design U-Control handle.
  • Although this kit is designed as a "J" model a special formed plastic nose is provided for conversion to the well-known "H" type.
  • Clay provided to balance the model.
  • Clear precise plans and step-by-step instructions.


  • Wingspan: 26-1/2" (67.31cm)
  • Scale: 3/8" = 1'-0"
  • Guillows Product Number: 805


One North American B-25 Mitchell


"Great plane"
I usually build plastic models, but these can be a nice change every once in a while. The kit supplies you with everything you need, except for the glue. As far as putting the wood together, that's pretty easy. Getting the plastic pieces off their sheet can be tricky. The kit comes with tissue paper to go over the plane so it can be flown outside. In my opinion, the planes look just as good without the tissue as they do with. The best tools to have are a sharp knife, lots of sand paper, and Elmer's glue


Motors and radio equipment are not furnished in the kit.