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100-SH48157 (1/48)
The Fulmar, although not having the finest performance, was the most successful Royal Navy fighter of the Second World War, at least in terms of the total tally.Our model of this important RN fighter plane comes with highly detailed resin parts for the pilot´s and navigator´s cockpit and with a fret of pre-painted photo-etched parts. The kit offers in total five camouflage schemes which were designed with invaluable help of renowned British aviation historian and also a modeller Tony O´Toole. All but one of those schemes depict machines from the Mediterranean with very peculiar camouflages typical for this theatre. The non-MTO machine was in fact fighting the Japanese from its Ceylon base. Although this particular machine has already been portrayed many times, the photographs kindly provided by Tony from his archives show that those attempts were almost always incorrect. The kit contains besides the already mentioned resin and PE parts also five sprues of grey plastic, a clear sprue and a decal set.
Nationality: british
Producer: Special Hobby
42.50 EUR
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