- Fine recess panel line & rivet detail
- Photo etch included
- Eduard canopy masks included
- 2021 boxing of the 2020 new tooled kit
- Canopy open or closed option
- 5 x marking options -
- P/O Frederick A. Gaze, No. 610 (County of Chester) Squadron, RAF Westhampnett, West Sussex, United Kingdom, June 1941.
- P8519, No. 306 (Polish) Squadron, RAF Northolt, United Kingdom, July 1941.
- P8646, No. 616 (South Yorkshire) Squadron, RAF Kirton in Lindsey, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom, October/November 1941.
- P8505, Sgt. Eric S. Dicks-Sherwood, No. 266 (Rhodesia) Squadron, RAF Wittering, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom, September 1941.
- P8533, S/Ldr. Percival S. Turner, CO of No. 145 Squadron, RAF Catterick, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom, October 1941.
- P8348, No. 52 OTU, RAF Debden, Essex, United Kingdom, Summer 1943.
The Supermarine Spitfire was a single-seat, single-engine fighter aircraft that saw service before during & after WWII with the RAF & other allied countries. It was the only British fighter to be produced continuously throughout the war & continues to be a symbol of British aviation.
The Spitfire Mk.II was a substantial improvement in the Spitfire development thanks to the more powerful Merlin XII engine being added as well as a new propeller & a Coffman starter. The weaponry would remain the same as the earlier model & both the Mk.I & Mk.II Spitfires would prove extremely valuable fighter aircraft.