Featuring a distinctive, eye-catching yellow paint scheme, the Kaydet was the Royal Canadian Air Force's primary trainer biplane during WWII. An estimated 9,783 Kaydets were built throughout the 1930s and 1940s. 353 of these aircraft were of the "D" variant, which was equipped with an improved R-680-17 engine. Once WWII ended, thousands were sold for use as crop dusters. Kaydets were also popular sport aircraft as well. Kit features structural surface details, a realistic radial engine, a movable prop, two pilot figures and decals for one U.S. Navy version.