2× 1/288 Letord 1 French twin-engine WWI reconnaissance biplanes. Instantly recognizable from the negative stagger on the wings, the Letord is one of the frequently-overlooked planes of WWI. The Letord 1 was powered by two 150hp Hispano-Suiza 8A engines. The two observers -- one in the nose and another behind the pilot -- were each armed with single or twin Lewis guns, and a 130-150kg bomb load was sometimes carried. 89 Letords were in service in August 1917 and up to 121 in November, with 200-300 produced overall. They were mixed into units including other types such as the SPAD 11, Strutters, or Caudron R.4's. (Observers are not included due to printing problems, but you may be interested in my observers-pack in FUD.) Also available in a four-pack. Propeller disks can be snapped off if desired.