The De Havilland Mosquito is a British twin-engine, two-seat military aircraft of World War II in service in 1941. It was produced in different versions and quickly became a universal machine capable of long flights. It is considered one of the most successful fighter-bombers used during World War II. It was hailed as a wooden miracle by RAF pilots. Although the Mosquito was a modern machine, it was mainly made of spruce wood, plywood and balsa, covered with linen.
Length 39 cm / 15.35″ Wingspan 51.5 cm / 20.28″ Height 11.5 cm / 4.5″