French fighter prototype using the Delanne twin wing concept from the late 1930s. The two crew sat back-to-back at the rear of the aircraft and the gunner had an excellent field of view. Development was brought to an abrupt stop by the German invasion and the surviving prototypes were shipped to Germany for evaluation.
The spherical recess underneath the model is for mounting it on a 4.5mm BB (.177").
This has been a surprising difficult model to create as information on this unusual aircraft is quite sparse. I have been unable to find a picture of the aircraft in flight but I assume from the orientation of the engine thrust line and panel lines that the aircraft flew with the fuselage sloping up from the nose.
Revised (14-Aug-2013) new canopy framing, available as a pair and other technical improvements.