This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit. During World War II, the Japanese Army captured a variety of Allied aircraft and brought them back to Japan. One such fighter, the B-339 Buffalo, was captured by the Japanese Army and investigated in Bandung, Java. It was later transported to mainland Japan and handed over to the Army Flight School. This set from Fine Molds includes a Tamiya kit that reproduces the captured Buffalo, and includes decals for a total of four versions. In addition, two Japanese Army mechanics, fuel drums, stepladders and other diorama-appropriate parts are included, as well as precision plastic seat belts from the Nano Aviation series.