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B25J Mitchell Bomber

This is the 1/48 scale B25J Mitchell Bomber plastic model airplane kit by Revell.

Revell-Monogram B25J Mitchell Bomber Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/48 Scale #855512
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 Revell-Monogram # rmx855512
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/48
  • Pieces: 138
  • Wingspan: 16-3/4" (42.6cm)
  • Length: 14-1/4" (36.1cm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855512
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"typical revell /monogram value"
bkatz4
as an experienced modeler since the 60's, and being out of the loop for a long time, building this kit reminded me of the relative bargain the revell/monogram kits represent. i remember the level of detail you could count on. i built mostly cars back then, but i am astonished by the quality and detail offered by these aircraft kits. i believe you get out of a model what you put into it. some folks may substitute aftermarket parts for extreme realism, and that's part of what they put in, but i love to maximize what a kit offers out of the box, and this kit with some paint detailing and simple bodywork, was a jewel. inexperienced budding modelers can easily get a model to be proud of and learn skills as they assemble this kit as offered. i highly recomend it to anyone who loves the subject, and wants a little challenge. i had a ball the whole time. it made me aquire several other revell aircraft kits, which have not disappointed.

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Features

  • Nose casing with 8 MGs.
  • Detailed surfaces with flush metal joints.
  • Interior with ammunition chests and bomb racks.
  • Detailed landing gear.
  • Detailed cockpit with instrument panel.
  • Detailed top and tail MG turrets.
  • Movable propeller.
  • Detailed twin radial engines.
  • Detailed waterslide decals.

Specs

  • Scale: 1/48
  • Pieces: 138
  • Wingspan: 16-3/4" (42.6cm)
  • Length: 14-1/4" (36.1cm)
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 855512

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Handy Tools - not required
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"Great bomber for the price"
parisfrisby (Prescott Valley, AZ)
This kit is as usual a great value from Revel. This is the clear nose version so expect to spend most of your time masking and painting clear parts. the trick of dipping them in Future Floor polish will create a cleaner part. I use formula 560 to then attach clear pieces. Formula 560 doesn't attack the clear part or the finish. The detail is very nice especially in the interior of the model.Its a shame to cover the detail when you complete the fuselage. You can always buy another one and cut View Ports in one side. A full bomb bay is supplied and you can display the model with the doors open or closed. There are minor gaps in the fuselage halves but nothing critical.Two decal sets are supplied.One is from the 398th Bomb Squadron in New Guinea 1945 and the other is the12th Air Force in Corsica 1944. Go out and get this kit. Its a required addition to you're WWII bomber collection

 
"The Bomber B-25 by Revell by Monogram of USA."
orangeslice1211
I have built this model and its really not that good. Revell usually has great models but that was 25 years ago where back then we had models that were built by American workers and they had pride in their work and never left parts out. I have a Model of a Carrier that when built the hull doesn't really fit the deck. The problem is that since the company is in Germany and it's an American company they don't take pride in the inspection of ALL parts. I have built models from the '60s where the model goes together great and it is a beautiful work of art but NOW I will only buy models that were built in the 60s and early 70s. The B-25 that I bought in 1966 went together good and it was painted to the exact colors of the Box.

 
"Patience Needed"
kajoe55 (Oklahoma)
I have built this model twice in the past. The first effort was a disaster and I disliked the kit. The second time I took my time, remembered the issues (like fitting the machine guns properly in the nose canopy) and was very happy with the result. Attention to detail (the right parts for the right version) and determining which version you want to build before you start eliminates frustration later. Also, I weighed down the nose but she still drug her tail so grab a piece of clear sprue, hide it toward the back of the bomb bay doors and you are good. Lastly, the bombs, despite a lot of effort, can come loose and mess up your efforts on a great bomb bay. Make sure they are connect well because fixing this later is a pain. So, take your time, clean off the flash, dry fit, have FUN, and I think you will like the end result. For the price, I did.

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