Carvair Posted December 14, 2014 Share Posted December 14, 2014 This Spitfire was flown for just three months and was shot down early February 1941 in France, pilot at that moment was Geoffrey Hill. It crashed near St. Omer. I had kept the weathering to a minimum because of it's short flying career. The extra's i added are new Barracudacast 5 spoke wheels and the oilcooler set and a RB productions lovely seatbelt set. A very familiar photograph of this aircraft shows it with a Rotol propellor but there is a picture from this aircraft at the crash site being investigated by german pilots that shows a bent blade from a de Havilland unit. This information can be found on www.aircrewrememdered.com. The models decals are from Revell and i find them a joy to work with. Best regards, Jan 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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