Special Hobby 1/72 Bugatti 100 Racer Aircraft (New Tool) Kit
ACCEPTING PRE-ORDER FOR JAN. 2022 DELIVERY
In the pre-war years, Ettore Bugatti, a very well-known racing car designer, took the opportunity and decided to turn his attention to aviation too and come with a concept of a racing airplane which was to win the then rather popular Deutsch de la Muerthe races. At first, the plane was to be fitted with just one engine, this was later reconsidered and two powerplants were used, placed asymmetrically in the sleek fuselage, each one driving its propeller – these were two, counterrotating. In this shape, the plane was even supposed to break the world speed record. The airplane was finished and prepared just before the war broke out but had to be put out of sight of the advancing German army. As of now, the Bugatti prototype is placed on display at the EAA Aviation Museum in the USA.
his kit contains two styrene sprues and a single one with a clear injected canopy. As the machine was in blue overall scheme with no markings at all, the kit has got no decal sheet. The schemes are two though, the other one representing a fictitious scheme.
- Hhas never been released as a plastic kit
- Interesting, unorthodox construction
- Detailed PUR air intakes
Share this Product
More from this collection
Special Hobby 1/72 Harvard Mk II/IIA/IIB British Commonwealth Air Training Plan Aircraft Kit
Special Hobby 1/72 Canadian Vickers Delta Mk II RCAF Aircraft (build w/Skis or Floats) Kit