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Airfix 1/24 Hawker Hurricane Airfix 1/24 Hawker Hurricane
$119.99
Available to order

Description

wker went on to prove itself a vital effective fighter aircraft on all fronts of the Second World War. It came to be regarded as a rugged and reliable ground attack machine, but it was undoubtedly the service as a defensive fighter during the Battle of Britain that forged its reputation as on of the wars greatest fighters.

Entering service with 111 Sqaudron in December 1937, the original fabric wings made way for metal ones by 1939. During the Battle of Britain, the average strength of the fighter command was 1,326 Hurricanes compared with 957 Spitfires. It was the Hurricane that Flt. Lt. Nicholson gained the fighter commands only Victoria Cross of the war, downing an enemy Messerschmit Bf110, while his own aircraft was engulfed in flames.

After the Battle of Britain, the Hurricane went on to serve in the Far East, as well as the Desert and Eastern Front.

Scale1:24
Skill4
Number of Parts 261
  

 

Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib
$199.99
Available to order

Description

Also available: How To Build the Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB.

Scale: 1:24
Skill: 4
Flying Hours: 6
Number of Parts: 509
Dimensions (mm): L404 x W528
Age Suitability: 8+

A super detailed 1:24 scale model of the legendary ground attack Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib. This fantastic model has been created using Airfixs advanced CAD design used on all new Airfix models, and we think you’ll agree the results are stunning!

Introduced into service in 1941, the Hawker Typhoon was designed to be the RAFs new ultimate interceptor fighter. Superseding the Hawker Hurricane it was hoped that the Typhoon, together with the Spitfire, would be a powerful and effective opponent of the Luftwaffe. However, it was not to be. Initially plagued by mechanical woes from the engine and suffering from a deficit in performance at high altitude, the Typhoon instead found fame as a low level attack aircraft, a role to which it was both well-suited and hugely effective.

Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib Car Door Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib Car Door
$219.99
In stock

Description

Scale: 1/24

Dinmensions (mm): L404 x W528

These early machines were somewhat rushed into service and it was discovered that a number of modifications would be desirable, if not totally essential. Perhaps the most noticeable difference from the later models were around the canopy area – the first Typhoons were supplied with a forward opening ‘car door’ style cockpit entry for the pilot which even included a wind down window. The pilot also had a transparent roof panel, which hinged open to the left and some machines had the addition of a rear-facing mirror, on the canopy frame.

Some of the other options this new version will allow are:

  • The new ‘car door’ style canopy structure
  • Earlier ‘car door’ pilots seat
  • Alternative main undercarriage wheel
  • Pneumatic tail wheel
  • Alternate cannon fairings for the guns
  • Different internal frame structure
  • 500Ib ‘Long Tail’ bombs

 

  • Livery A: R7752 PR-G, Roland Beamont, 609 Squadron Manston 1943
  • Livery B: RB781 SA-H 486 Squadron
  • Livery C: EK270 EL-X 181 Squadron
  • Livery D: JP671 XP-R 174 Squadron

 

In addition, this new version of the 1/24th scale Hawker Typhoon will give the modeller the option to construct his model with or without the main aerial in place, with a similar option for the pilots optional rear-facing mirror.

Scale1:24
Skill4
Flying Hours6
Dimensions (mm)L404 x W528
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Airfix 1/24 North American Mustang P-51K/RF AIR-14003A Airfix 1/24 North American Mustang P-51K/RF AIR-14003A
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Description

The Dallas-built version of the P-51D, designated the P-51K, was equipped with an Aeroproducts propeller in place of the Hamilton Standard prop, as well as a larger differently configured canopy and other minor differences. The photo reconnaissance versions of the P-51D abd P-51K were designated F-6D and F-6K respectively. The RAF assigned the name Mustang IV to the D model and Mustang IVA to K models.

Airfix recommends the following Humbrol paints for this Kit:

 
Scale1:24
Skill3
Flying Hours6
Number of Parts238
Dimensions (mm)L409 x W469
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Available to order

Description

Scale  1:24
Model Brief  Length: 398mm Wingspan: 508mm
Total Plastic Parts  260pcs
Box Size  56 X 32 X8cm
Photo Etched Part  1pcs
Film Parts  Instrument part
Total Sprues  11pcs
Decal Marking  HURRICANE Mk. I 257 Sqn ENGLAND 1942
More Features  Full detail Engine

The Hawker Hurricane is a British fighter design from the 1930s. Some 14,000 Hurricane and Sea Hurricane fighters and fighter-bombers were built by the end of 1944。 August 1940 brought what has become the Hurricanes shining moment in history: The Battle of Britain. RAF Hurricanes accounted for more enemy aircraft kills than all other defenses combined, including all aircraft and ground defenses. Later in the war, the Hurricane served admirably in North Africa, Burma, Malta, and nearly every other theater in which the RAF participated. The Hurricane underwent many modifications during its life, resulting in many major variants, including the Mk IA, with interchangeable wings housing eight 7.7mm (0.303in) guns;the Mk IIC, with a Merlin XX engine; the Mk IID, a tankbuster with two 40mm anti-tank guns plus two 7.7mm guns. During the war, Hurricanes were sold to Egypt, Finland, India, the Irish, Persia, Turkey and the USSR Air Corps.

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Description

wker went on to prove itself a vital effective fighter aircraft on all fronts of the Second World War. It came to be regarded as a rugged and reliable ground attack machine, but it was undoubtedly the service as a defensive fighter during the Battle of Britain that forged its reputation as on of the wars greatest fighters.

Entering service with 111 Sqaudron in December 1937, the original fabric wings made way for metal ones by 1939. During the Battle of Britain, the average strength of the fighter command was 1,326 Hurricanes compared with 957 Spitfires. It was the Hurricane that Flt. Lt. Nicholson gained the fighter commands only Victoria Cross of the war, downing an enemy Messerschmit Bf110, while his own aircraft was engulfed in flames.

After the Battle of Britain, the Hurricane went on to serve in the Far East, as well as the Desert and Eastern Front.

Scale1:24
Skill4
Number of Parts 261
  

 

Description

Also available: How To Build the Airfix 1/24 Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB.

Scale: 1:24
Skill: 4
Flying Hours: 6
Number of Parts: 509
Dimensions (mm): L404 x W528
Age Suitability: 8+

A super detailed 1:24 scale model of the legendary ground attack Hawker Typhoon Mk. Ib. This fantastic model has been created using Airfixs advanced CAD design used on all new Airfix models, and we think you’ll agree the results are stunning!

Introduced into service in 1941, the Hawker Typhoon was designed to be the RAFs new ultimate interceptor fighter. Superseding the Hawker Hurricane it was hoped that the Typhoon, together with the Spitfire, would be a powerful and effective opponent of the Luftwaffe. However, it was not to be. Initially plagued by mechanical woes from the engine and suffering from a deficit in performance at high altitude, the Typhoon instead found fame as a low level attack aircraft, a role to which it was both well-suited and hugely effective.

Description

Scale: 1/24

Dinmensions (mm): L404 x W528

These early machines were somewhat rushed into service and it was discovered that a number of modifications would be desirable, if not totally essential. Perhaps the most noticeable difference from the later models were around the canopy area – the first Typhoons were supplied with a forward opening ‘car door’ style cockpit entry for the pilot which even included a wind down window. The pilot also had a transparent roof panel, which hinged open to the left and some machines had the addition of a rear-facing mirror, on the canopy frame.

Some of the other options this new version will allow are:

  • The new ‘car door’ style canopy structure
  • Earlier ‘car door’ pilots seat
  • Alternative main undercarriage wheel
  • Pneumatic tail wheel
  • Alternate cannon fairings for the guns
  • Different internal frame structure
  • 500Ib ‘Long Tail’ bombs

 

  • Livery A: R7752 PR-G, Roland Beamont, 609 Squadron Manston 1943
  • Livery B: RB781 SA-H 486 Squadron
  • Livery C: EK270 EL-X 181 Squadron
  • Livery D: JP671 XP-R 174 Squadron

 

In addition, this new version of the 1/24th scale Hawker Typhoon will give the modeller the option to construct his model with or without the main aerial in place, with a similar option for the pilots optional rear-facing mirror.

Scale1:24
Skill4
Flying Hours6
Dimensions (mm)L404 x W528
Airfix 1/24 Mosquito FBV1

Description

The Dallas-built version of the P-51D, designated the P-51K, was equipped with an Aeroproducts propeller in place of the Hamilton Standard prop, as well as a larger differently configured canopy and other minor differences. The photo reconnaissance versions of the P-51D abd P-51K were designated F-6D and F-6K respectively. The RAF assigned the name Mustang IV to the D model and Mustang IVA to K models.

Airfix recommends the following Humbrol paints for this Kit:

 
Scale1:24
Skill3
Flying Hours6
Number of Parts238
Dimensions (mm)L409 x W469
Airfix 1/24 Supermarine Spitfire
Kinetic 1/24 P-47 Thunderbolt Bubbletop
Kinetic 1/24 P-47D Razorback Republic Thunderbolt
Trumpeter 1/24 A6M2B Model 21 Zero
Trumpeter 1/24 Focke Wulf FW190 D9

Description

Scale  1:24
Model Brief  Length: 398mm Wingspan: 508mm
Total Plastic Parts  260pcs
Box Size  56 X 32 X8cm
Photo Etched Part  1pcs
Film Parts  Instrument part
Total Sprues  11pcs
Decal Marking  HURRICANE Mk. I 257 Sqn ENGLAND 1942
More Features  Full detail Engine

The Hawker Hurricane is a British fighter design from the 1930s. Some 14,000 Hurricane and Sea Hurricane fighters and fighter-bombers were built by the end of 1944。 August 1940 brought what has become the Hurricanes shining moment in history: The Battle of Britain. RAF Hurricanes accounted for more enemy aircraft kills than all other defenses combined, including all aircraft and ground defenses. Later in the war, the Hurricane served admirably in North Africa, Burma, Malta, and nearly every other theater in which the RAF participated. The Hurricane underwent many modifications during its life, resulting in many major variants, including the Mk IA, with interchangeable wings housing eight 7.7mm (0.303in) guns;the Mk IIC, with a Merlin XX engine; the Mk IID, a tankbuster with two 40mm anti-tank guns plus two 7.7mm guns. During the war, Hurricanes were sold to Egypt, Finland, India, the Irish, Persia, Turkey and the USSR Air Corps.

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