When America’s World War II fly boys took to the skies over Europe and the Pacific, they didn’t travel alone. They were accompanied by the images of movie stars, pinup queens, cartoon characters and the girls they left behind. Colorful and skillfully rendered, these paintings — known as “Nose Art” — brought a personal touch to some of the greatest aircraft of the era.Corgi remembers this unique artwork with all-new 1:72 scale Aviation Archive replicas featuring legendary nose art. The artwork appears not only on the plane replica, but also on a larger scale cut-out section of the fuselage, which can be displayed on a stand-alone base along with the model aircraft.The B-25C-1 "OH-7" is a rugged bomber that was key to disrupting Axis shipping lines in the southern Mediterranean and northern Africa. This limited edition Nose Art collectible has a wingspan of 11", and includes many detailed features.