NEW PARTS – METAL GUN BARREL – NEW GLUABLE RUBBER TRACKS – PHOTO ETCHED FRET – DECALS FOR 6 VERSIONS – COLORS INSTRUCTION SHEET
SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS
COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET
NEW PARTS350 parts
Removable RB199 engine with support trolley
Retracted or extended flaps and slats
Openable radome and fully detailed radars
Open or closed thrust reversers
Open or closed air brakes
Movable variable geometry wings and pylons
Rubber cover for wings entry point
Color instruction sheet
2 Super decals sheet for 3 versions
HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL
DRIVER COMPARTMENT INTERIOR ACCURATELY REPRESENTED
FULLY DETAILED FIGHTING COMPARTMENT INTERIOR
HIGHLY DETAILED INTERIOR OF TURRET
ALL HATCHES CAN BE POSED OPEN & CLOSED
FULL AMMUNITION INCLUDED
WORKABLE TRACKS INCLUDED
CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS INCLUDED
PHOTO-ETCHED PARTS INCLUDED
DECAL SHEET FOR 5 OPTIONS
FREE A2 Poster
Scheme A – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc ML214, Flown by Squadron Leader Johnny Plagis, RAF No.126 (Persian Gulf) Squadron, Harrowbeer, Devon, July 1944 (with options for June and December 1944).
Scheme B – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc EN398, Flown by Flight Lieutenant Ian Keltie, RAF No.402 (City of Winnipeg) Squadron, Kenley, Surrey, March 1943.
Scheme C – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc EN398, Flown by Wing Commander James Edgar ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, RAF No.402 (City of Winnipeg) Squadron, Kenley, Surrey, Summer 1943.
Scheme D – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc, Aircraft flown by Captain Garth Jared, Commanding Officer, 309th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Group, USAAF, Italy, December 1943.
Scheme E – Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IXc MJ897, GR 2/33 ‘Savoie’, Armée de l’Air, Luxeuil-les-Bains, France, early 1945.