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Giant Scale B-24 Liberator — Heavy Bomber Witchcraft ARF!

Giant Scale  B-24 Liberator — Heavy Bomber Witchcraft ARF!

The B-24 Liberator Heavy Bomber, named “Witchcraft” is part of the Collings Foundation collection of beautifully restored WW II aircraft, and is the only flying example of the type. It is the last Liberator and the Collings Foundation uses it as an education platform to keep the memories of those lost in WW II alive.

Video courtesy of Collings Foundation.
Now you can own your own B-24 Liberator and best of all it’s an amazing, scale looking ARF with fully built up  wood construction and loaded with details. Thanks to VQ WARBIRDS YOUR WAIT IS OVER!

With an impressive 110-inch wingspan, this B-24 LIBERATOR ARF is expected to be available at the end of January or in early February 2019!

Available in (3) Versions:

  • All Silver/Aluminum
  • Olive Drab upper surfaces/gray lower surfaces
  • Uncovered – Almost Ready to Cover (ARC)

Film-covered models feature panel lines, rivets, access hatches and more surface detail featured in the covering details. Models only have Star-n-Bar Insignias applied, all other markings are not. Each color B-24 features different decal sheets. Silver/Aluminum B-24 models come with markings for 90th Bomb Group 320th Bomb Squadron. Olive/Gray B-24 models have a decal sheet for the popular “Witchcraft”.  Models do not have any accent colors applied.

The VQ Warbirds B-24 Liberator models come completely covered in either Olive/Gray or Silver/Aluminum; this allows almost unlimited customization of final markings by aircraft owner! We highly recommend custom graphics from Callie Graphics:

Comes with

Included are:Two-piece wing design for easy transportation,

Pilot and Co-Pilot figures, dash, yokes and seat details are included as well as the forward and rear antenna.

Radial engine covers, (baffles are also included). The nacelles even feature turbo-supercharger detail molded in!

Straight from the factory, the VQ B-24 features prototypical styled Roll-Up bomb bay doors. These can be set open or

closed between missions, without needing servos to operate them. If modeler wishes to make the doors servo operated,

the modeler may incorporate that feature on his/her own (devices to do this are not included). 16-Piece scale bomb set

with bomb racks. Releasing the (16) bombs is easy with 4 micro or mini servos (videos coming soon).

All four (4) gun turrets come with scale machine guns, and are operable by servo function straight out of the box!

Waist gunner positions even have the B-24 air/wind deflectors and waist guns!

A 3-D printed enhanced scale pilot/co-pilot seats are a scale add on accessory that will be available in February.

The VQ Warbirds’ B-24 Scale Landing Gear with Scale Wheels by Robart are a work of art! Scale wheel design is exclusive to this model.

Robart painstakingly machined inside and outside hubs with great detail not previously seen on any other scale Robart wheels!

Even the inside lip of the wheel has grooves machined into the wheel. The main landing gear have the signature shock absorbing Oleo struts with lower side braces and drag braces. Main Wheel diameter is 4.5 inches and 3-inch nose wheel diameter. Gear are available in electric and pneumatic exclusively through VQ WARBIRDS!


Wing span 110 in.
Wing area: 1,192.0

Length 67 5/8 in.
Height (top of fin) 17.91 in.
Stabilizer span: 26 in.
Weight: 23.37 lbs., (with 4 Saito FA-40 engines, Robart Scale Landing Gear, Scale Wheels, full bomb load, ready to fly.
Engines ———– Saito FA-40 4-stroke or .25-.32 electric equivalent
Propellers ——– 10×7 3 blade, 11×5-11×6 2 blade

Retracts (not included): VQ B-24 Scale Retracts and Scale Wheels custom (manufactured by Robart), are available in electric and pneumatic drive versions.

Radio Req’d: (7-8) Functions– Rudder, elevator, ailerons, flaps, throttles, retracts, bomb drop, turret movement

Servos :(6) Micro servos (2) rudder & (4) throttle if using glow engines and not electric), (12) Mini servos (4) turret, 4 flaps, 4 drop bombs), (5) Standard size servos (2) elevators ,(2) ailerons, (1) nose gear, (metal gear servo with long arm like Hitec HS-5645 MG recommended).

Save $200 Special Pricing is Only Available to Pre-Orders



**** SPECIAL PROMO ****  
Bring & Fly your completed VQ B-24 at the 31st Anniversary B-17 Gathering/Big Bird Fly-In @ Bomberfield in 2019 and receive a $100 GIFT CARD

B-24 Liberator History:

The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was designed with the high aspect-ratio Davis Wing. In combat, the wing had drawbacks as far as durability was concerned, but it increased fuel efficiency and gave the B-24 a longer range than the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. On December 29, 2014, the Consolidated B-24 Liberator, one of the most famous bombers of World War II, turned 75 years old. More than 18,400 were built, making it the most produced American wartime aircraft. It gained a distinguished war record with operations in the European, Pacific, African and Middle Eastern theaters.

The Colling Foundation squadron of WW II warbirds.

Courtesy of Collings Foundation.

Updated: January 3, 2019 — 3:44 PM


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  1. Very nice i love it i like aircraft its part of history men and women fought for freedom

    1. The Witchcraft was built by FORD MOTOR CO. — NOT Consolidated. Easy to tell – the nose wheel doors open ‘OUT’ on Fords, ‘IN’ on Consolidated. I flew 62 missions in the Navy version [PB4Y-1] doing anti-submarine patrol in the Atlantic. Wonderful airplane. It brought me back.

      I’d love to have a model but my pocket is too shallow.
      Milt Peacock – USN

      1. Milt,
        First thank you for your incredible service… 62 missions… Wow!

        The title of this Consolidated B-24 Liberator, refers to the designer/original company name, not the exact color scheme individual aircraft of the plant where it was produced….

        Many people don’t realize that the B-24 is the most produced American wartime aircraft. With over 18,400 built, It gained a distinguished war record with operations in the European, Pacific, African and Middle Eastern theaters. It followed in the footsteps of the other great American WW II bomber, the B-17. The B-24 brought about the following improvements over the B-17: • A longer range. • A higher top speed. • A heavier bomb load. • Tricycle landing gear. • A quantum leap in wing design and performance

        The B-24J was produced in greater numbers than any other series and was the only version produced in all five plants. The design is the Consolidated B-24 Liberator…

        This model ships to customers without final aircraft nose art, aircraft number-markings applied; so customers can have almost unlimited options in modeling their favorite B-24J’s…

        Happy Landings and thanks for sharing your personal experience and thanks again for your incredible service!

      2. I would love to help get one for you if there is a way. Thanks for your service.

  2. Ill say Mr Peacok Deserves a B-24 model for free. his sacrifice of service and his courage to maintain Americas and Human Freedom not just in Europe but the world is a deed money cant buy !! I also suffer from the shallow pocket syndrome but I clearly understand what this man is worth. My most deep Gratitude to either manofacturers or anyone who can make this gift a reality. Caesar Vizcarra 49. Mexican citizen that spent 24 years working sharing and learning much about americas people past present and future great times. GOD BLESS AMERICA !!

  3. My dad was a bombardier/navigator on a B-24 – flew missions from Sicily to the Ploesti Oil fields. He flew the required number of missions to return to the states for his 21st birthday.

  4. The plane looks very close to my American eagle B-24 it has the same specs also. Same wingspan and weight, or close. Mine has foam core wings and glass fuse, does it break in the middle for transport? Model looks great, are the turrets sold by themselves. Thanks

  5. After one of the Ploesti Oil field raid, 5 of them landed in Pamukova (reserve) airfield, Sakarya, Turkey ; due to fuel shortage, during WWII.

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