The Bf 110 was one of the most versatile and most built twin-engined combat aircraft used by the German Luftwaffe in World War II. Although it was less successful at the outset it remained in service throughout the war. 6050 examples were built. The Bf 110 E-1 was used as a fighter/bomber with the "Destroyer" squadrons and reached a top speed of 560 km/h at an altitude of 10,000 m. Bomb load 2,000 kg.
- Structural details shown on surfaces - two pilot figures - movable propeller - 6 bombs - undercarriage optionally extended or retracted - decals for 2 Luftwaffe versions