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Postage Stamp Planes PS5557-6
Consolidated B-24H Liberator Diecast Model
USAAF 453rd BG, 734th BS, #42-52154 Male Call, James 'Jimmy' Stewart, RAF Old Buckenham, England, 1944

1:163 Scale   Length   Width
Consolidated B-24H Liberator   5"   8"


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Like so many other of the 18,500 B-24s produced during WWII, Liberator 42-52154 'Male Call' was an extremely hard working machine, surviving the war having completed an impressive 95 bombing missions - she is thought to have been the only survivor of the original 61 aircraft assigned to the 453rd Bombardment Group, which arrived at RAF Old Buckenham airfield on 21st January 1944. The aircraft was one of the Liberators flown by celebrated Hollywood actor James 'Jimmy' Stewart during his time as Group Operations Officer with the 453rd Bombardment Group at the Norfolk airfield.

Consolidated B-24H Liberator

Designed to fill a United States Army Air Corps need for a heavy bomber, the B-24 Liberator was first flown on December 29, 1939. The USAAC originally asked Consolidated to build the B-17 under license, but the company instead chose to submit a more modern design with greater speed, greater range and a heavier bomb load. Despite these advantages, the B-24 was more difficult to fly, had poor formation-flying characteristics, and was much more vulnerable to battle damage, which meant it never became the favored bomber among American aircrews. It did prove more than serviceable, however, especially for long-range missions.

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Postage Stamp Planes

The "Postage Stamp Planes" range presents affordable, ready-made diecast models of military and civilian aircraft.

"Postage Stamp Planes" diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction with some plastic components.
  • Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
  • Presentation stand to display the aircraft "in flight".
  • Authentic ordnance loads.

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