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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP18 Jun 2020 9:18 p.m. PST

"As with the Batmobile, the Batwing's design has changed between movies, and this incarnation is possibly the most striking-looking machine to date. It's certainly the largest, as this 1:25 scale model has a wingspan of 430 mm (17 in). This isn't the first Batwing to match the scale of the relevant Batmobile, but the 1990 Batwing was a lot smaller, with a wingspan of 330 mm (13 in).

Unsurprisingly, the components in this new kit are big, especially the wing-section. The Batwing design incorporates a forward-mounted cannon assembly, the cockpit positioned behind it, which gives an intriguing look to the assembled machine. The movie craft can fold its wings, and the kit option allows you to do the same. But you have to decide before the model is completed which way to go. The wings are not an operating feature, so you have to build them either folded or extended…"

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