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 Hurricane’s shining moment in history; The Battle of Britain. RAF Hurricanes account for more enemy aircraft kills than all other defences combined, included all aircraft and ground defences. Later in the war, the Hurricane served admirably in North Africa, Burma, Malta, and nearly every other theatre 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 either 7.7mm (0.303 in) 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 & the USSR Air Corps.
- Fully detailed engine
- Scale: 1/24
- Type: Scaled Model Aircraft
- Length: 408mm
- Wingspan: 508mm
- Parts: 233Pcs
- Photo-Etched Parts: 1
- Film Parts: Instrument Part
- Total Sprues: 13Pcs
- Paint Schemes: HURRICANE Mk IIC/TROP 294 Sqn 1942, HURRICANE Mk IIC/TROP 213 Sqn 1944
|1/24 Hurricane Mk.II C/Trop Fighter Scaled Plastic Model Kit||1|
- Modelling Glue such as Revell Contacta Professional Glue 25g
- Tweezers, scissors & modelling knives
|Military Aircraft Type:||Fighter|
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