In the group of light and multipurpose helicopters, the BO105 ranks as the most successful construction also by its maneuverability is suitable for numerous military applications. Thus, the Bundeswehr was in the 70's in addition to the anti-tank variant also the version for a liaison and observation helicopter (= VBH). In the various regiments of the army were flying more than 300 machines in service. Meanwhile, their pilots have been started with the first units to dismantle. The opportunity was also one of the BO105 Kampfhubschrauberregiment 26 (KHR = 26) Franconia in central Franconia Roth, as a farewell and a spectacular special livery. Besides the Bavarian flag are there on both sides of the colorful device: a timeline of KHR 26, saluting soldiers, part of the city scene of Roth, the arms of the city Roth, and a hornet, the emblem of the unit.
- Super transfer sheet with decor motives for the hull sides
- Chairs and joysticks
- Detailed interior
- Movable main rotor
- New blade construction
- Movable tail rotor
- Extensive transfer sheet for the Fly-Out-painted 35 Jahre Roth
|Additional accessories required|
| Needed paint |
|2, 6, 34, 57, 91, 330, 361|
| Additional required paint |
|1, 9, 48, 75, 99, 301, 302, 310, 330|
|Tools Required||Glue, paint, thinner, knutselmes|
Also available as model-set. Including paint (6, 34, 350, 361) + adhesive + brush.
|Number of Parts:||84|