Martin Bomber (oz12921)


Martin Bomber (oz12921) from Allentown Model Airplane 1935 - plan thumbnail

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Martin Bomber (Martin XB-10). Rubber scale model twin-engined 1930s bomber.

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  • (oz12921)
    Martin Bomber
    from Allentown Model Airplane
    35in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Multi Military Bomber Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/01/2021
    Filesize: 461KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Pilgrim

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An 86 years old plan that could be built today with hardly any need for any significant change.
Miguel - 02/04/2021
This is a model of the Martin XB-10. The distinguishing features are the squared-off rudder, open cockpit and dorsal gunner positions, and distinctive nose turret and nose. The Museum of the USAF has a photo of the XB-10 in flight.
Nathan - 02/04/2021
It's actually the XB-907 and not the XB-10. The difference is that this one has an open cockpit for the pilot and the dorsal gunner, the XB 10 had enclosed cockpits
Daithi - 04/04/2021
You're both right (sorta, kinda) "... a single prototype, the Martin Model 123. This was designated XB-907 by the U.S. Army Air Corps ... Martin upgraded the prototype to the XB-907A configuration, which was then designated XB-10 by the Air Corps." The Model 123/XB-907 had three open cockpits. The XB-907A/XB-10 had two open cockpits and the bubble turret up front, as represented by this plan.
Jan Novick - 05/04/2021
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