Painted overall very light gray, including struts, booms, and wheels, even the rigging. Note copper engine cylinders. Rigged for night bombing with undercarriage-mounted landing lights. Note window under nacelle to improve downward vision. Note rigging wires emerge from inside axle. Hotchkiss MG is belt-fed, with brass-catcher. Radiator bronze(?).
This is Voisin V955, so we have the nacelle, the engine and the three landing lights(?) that Eduard didn't make!
These photos were kindly provided by Knut Erik Hagen. The photos were taken in Feb 2003 at the Royal Army and Military History Museum (Musée Royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire Militaire / Koninklijk Museum van het Leger en de Krijgsgeschiedenis) in Brussels , Belgium.
The Voisin LA5 b2 remains consist only of a fuselage/nacelle and engine in need of some TLC. Still, it could contain some interesting information for lovers of French aircraft.