The kit consists of 13 molded parts (including 2 molded clear parts).
The hull consists of 2 parts, the inside walls have fine structures and imprints. The nose flap can be opened or closed. The insides of the nose flaps are also finely textured and embossed. The 6 engines are multi-part and finely detailed. The items can be painted separately and then joined together. The chassis is shown in detail from individual parts.
The Me 323 "Gigant" was a German Luftwaffe transport aircraft and the largest land-based
Transport aircraft of the Second World War. She was first with four, then equipped with six engines
further development of the heavy cargo glider Me 321.
The first six-engine standard production aircraft Me 323 D-1 were delivered from September 1942.