Side profiles of the forthcoming SH32057 and SH32060 Bristol M.1C kit’s camouflages

The first of the two Bristol M.1C kits that will be released this month will contain markings for three aircraft:
Bristol M.1C, C4907, RAF No. 150 Squadron, Amberkoj airbase, Macedonia, fall of 1918. On July 9 Lt. K.B. Moseley in the cockpit of this aircraft scored a victory over Albatros D.V (the enemy machine fell uncontrolled); Later on September 1 and 2 Lt. J. P. Cavers scored two victories when he shot down two LVGs (enemy machines fell in flames).
Bristol M.1C, C4918, RAF No. 72 Squadron, ‘C’ Flight, Mirjana airbase, Mesopotamia, spring 1918.

Bristol M.1C, C4965, one of the few M.1Cs deployed to the Western Front, Baizieux airbase, March 1918.
The second boxing of Bristol M.1C is intended to please the fans of the fancy coloured aircraft (of course, not only for them). It will contain markings for three training aircraft. The middle machine C5017 is in the kit offered in different paint scheme at the time it served with other squadron (this camouflage is not included in the side profiles)



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