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The Gnome 7 Omega was a French seven-cylinder air-cooled rotary engine, designed by Laurent and Louis Seguin and made by the Societe Des Moteurs Gnome & Rhone in Paris and others under licence. It was shown at the Paris Aero Salon held in December 1908 and was first flown in 1909. It was one of the earliest commercially successful aero engines and was used by many early aircrafts. It produced 50 horsepower (37 kW) from its capacity of 8 litres (488 cubic inches).
This kit contains all necessary parts for assembling THREE engine models at 1/15 scale. It can make a fine diorama display alongside with same 1/15 scale (120mm) figures or other aircrafts or vehicles, although it will look just fine on its own of course. Any extra diorama accessories (eg. oil barrels, jerrycans, wheel chokes etc) are not included and should be purchased separately.