The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a British multi-role combat aircraft with a two-man crew that served during and after the Second World War. It was one of few operational front-line aircraft of the era constructed almost entirely of wood and was nicknamed "The Wooden Wonder'. Kit features highly-detailed cockpit, plus depiction of four machine guns complete with ammo cases and belts, paintable tires use assembly tread sections and capture compression caused by plane weight, choose open or closed bomb bay. 20mm auto cannons and two 500lb bomb parts are found inside, tail wheel mud guard and strut are depicted. Left and right sides of horizontal stabilizer are part of the same piece, as on the actual aircraft, includes parts to recreate propellers with the early variant slim line blades, or wider paddle type blades, detailed 4-piece engine cowling offers a selection of standard or longer intake-fitted tropical filter parts, the Merlin engines are breathtakingly recreated, including depictions of the supercharger (just like on the real Mosquito, the engine mount and landing gear struts are integrated). Model can be assembled with exhausts uncovered or covered, includes a printed, self-adhesive masking sheet for the external canopy frames. U.S. Version contains EXTRA CLEAR PARTS sprue for the engine cover! Decals and painting guide for three (3) aircraft: EG-F, serial HX922 - 487 Squadron RNZAF, Hunsdon UK; SM-A, serial LR303 - 305 (Polish) Squadron RAF, Lasham UK, Spring 1944; NA-Y, serial A52-518 - 1 Squadron RAAF, Labuan, Borneo, August 1945.