The P-12 was one of
the most successful American fighters produced between WW I and
WW II. It was developed from prototypes built by the Boeing
Airplane Company at their own expense. It was used by both the
army (as the P-12) and the Navy (as the F4B). It was
produced in a basic version and five additional series, -B
through -F. The basic P-12 and the -B, -C and -D series had
fabric-covered fuselages of bolted aluminum tubing. The E and F
models had fuselages that were all-metal, stressed skin
construction. All had wooden wings with fabric covering.
The Army Air Corps received its first P-12 in Feb. 1929 and the
last P-12F in May 1932. It was the last biplane fighter flown by
the Army. Some remained in service until 1941.
P-12 (Army Air Service)
Premier Series. 1/21st scale. 17.5" wingspan x
No. ADA1D-AR. Only $219.95
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No. ADA1D-BR. Only $219.95
Deluxe Series. 1/20th scale.
18.15"wingspan x 12.25" long.
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