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Vickers Valiant BK.Mk.1 1:72 - A11001



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  • Skill: 3
  • Flying Hours: 4
  • Number of Parts: 142

The Valiant was the first of the RAF's V bomber trio to enter service. The most conventional of the three designs, it was also the first to drop bombs in anger against Egyptian airfields during the Suez campaign. It was the first RAF machine to drop a hydrogen bomb during the Operation Grapple tests in 1957.

However its career was cut short by serious problems with its rear spar, leading to fatal accidents and subsequently grounding the fleet.

  • Speed: 566 mph
  • Wingspan: 34.85m
  • Lenght: 32.99m
  • Payload: 21,000lb

This kit can be modified to a Vickers Valiant B(PR)K Mk.1/ B(K)Mk.1 by using the Additonal Parts A65000.

Humbrol Logo

Humbrol Enamel paints for the kit’s primary decal scheme.

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Safety Notice

WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months, choking hazard, contains small parts. Please retain these details for future reference. 8+

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Primary Scheme

A - Vickers Valiant BK.Mk1, XD823, No.49 Squadron, RAF Marham/Christmas Island, Operation 'Grappel', 19th June 1957

B - Vickers Valiant BK.Mk1, XD857, No.49 Squadron, RAF Marham, England, 1963

C - Vickers Valiant BK.Mk1, WZ404, No.207 Squadron, RAF Marham, England, 1964

D - Vickers Type 667, WB215, 2nd Prototype, Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, Boscombe Down, England, 1956