The Aero A-12 biplane was designed by Ing.Husnik, Aero's chief-designer, in 1923 and only a year later, the type found its way to the service with the Czechoslovak Air Force. And it also make a big success during the The Second Air Speed Race for the Trophy of the President of the Czechoslovak Republic. The three involved Aero A-12 airframes achieved world records, the very first ones of Czechoslovak airmen.
These record machines are also portrayed in our kit, which comes on three styrene sprues joined by one with clear parts, a set of resin details and a fret of etches. The decals cover five race machines with large race numbers and fuselage emblems. One of the machines was adapted to a single-seater to save some weight.
- the only Aero A-12 styrene format kit in world
- striking schemes with interesting history