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Revell Spitfire MkII


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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

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Thank you all for the positive comments and likes. :)

@jaseGill i saw that you are doing a Buckey, i bought the Greek version two months ago and i love the looks of this aircraft.

But the next one coming of my shelf wil be another 1/32 Spitfire but built as a MkI in a battle of Britain color scheme with black and white undersides.

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