Wings of the Great War Display Model
LFG Roland D.VIa – Otto Kissenberth, Jasta 23b, Luftstreitkräfte, 1918
1:72 Scale. Length: 3.5”. Wingspan: 5.2"
Limited Edition of 720 Models Worldwide
The Roland D.VI was a German fighter aircraft operated by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Army Air Service) during World War I. First flown in November of 1917, the Roland entered into a fighter competition with the Fokker D.VII in January 1918. Although the Fokker won the fly-off competition, the Roland was also ordered as insurance against any production problems with the Fokker. A total of 350 Roland’s were manufactured, 150 D.VIa powered by a Mercedes 160 hp D.III engine and 200 D.VIb with a Benz Bz.IIIa engine with similar power.Detailed airframe with pilot figure
Historically accurate printed markings
Adjustable display stand
Model information card
Wings of the Great War is a series of limited edition 1/72 models of World War I aircraft. These historically accurate hand-cast resin models are crafted using the specifications of the original aircraft. They include an exclusive stand with an articulating mount that allows you to pivot the model in virtually any direction or angle.
This model of a Roland D.VIa features:
Category: Wings of the Great War 1:72 Military Aircraft Models
Not suitable for children under the age of 14