One of the most technologically advanced airplanes of World War II, the B-29 had many new features, including guns that could be fired by remote control. Two crew areas, fore, and aft, were pressurized and connected by a long tube over the bomb bays, allowing crew members to crawl between them. The tail gunner had a separate pressurized area that could only be entered or left at altitudes that did not require pressurization.
Recreate the Classic
A classic from the Second World War II period, a perfect reproduction of the appearance of the B-29, every detail is carefully damo.
Restore the wing.
Rear wing emblem.