Not NIB... But very good shape.
The plastic "straw" spacer and screw-axles replaced with music wire and wheel collars because the straw didn't hold the spacing and the gear was constantly spreading.
Flaming pirate skull decals on the sides... Peelable with care. I don't know if I can locate the OEM side decals.
This graphic in sticker form
I'd have to look at which servos I used. I think they are Hitec digitals. Motor is the Electrifly specified and ESC is Castle Thunderbird 35.
I could pull any/all of those.
Worst its ever had was a bent landing gear due to the wheel tightening the screw on in and locking the wheel.
I have an APC 10X4.7 SF on it (best prop for flying it). I have the Xoar WWI (nearly) scale prop available, new in package.
Its been collecting dust for about a year.
I have others in the set in similar condition. (Spad and Se5 not flown, push-rods not installed and possibly lost)