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Airfix

Airfix 1/48 airplanes plastic model kits.

Reference: A07114
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
28,00 €
Reference: A09179
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
45,00 €
Reference: A10101A
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
42,00 €
Reference: A05128
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
22,95 €
Hawker Hurricane was arguably the most important fighter aircraft available to the Royal Air Force at the beginning of WWII much because of it's reliability. It was easier to produce and more forgiving to fly than the more glamorous Spitfire.
Reference: A05129
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
22,00 €
Gloster Meteor was Britain’s first jet fighter and the only Allied jet aircraft to participate during the WWII.  The F.8 variant of the Meteor maybe was the definitive incarnation of this known aircraft and was the main RAF fighter throughout the 1950’s, until superseded by the Hawker Hunter.
Reference: A09182
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
41,00 €
Spitfire Mk1 is a symbol of 'The Few', vital to the defense of the United Kingdom against the previously all-conquering Luftwaffe. Together with the Hurricane, it conquered its place in history during the Battle of Britain and continues now to be a hugely desirable 'warbird' at air shows.
Reference: A05126
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
20,90 €
Between June 1940 and November 1942 Malta became the most heavily bombed place on earth. Initially Malta’s only defending fighter aircraft were outdated Gloster Gladiators and then Hawker Hurricanes but at the height of the battle, cannon armed and tropicalized Spitfire Mk.Vbs were used to intercept the German Ju88 and Ju87 Stuka dive bombers which were...
Reference: A50160
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
32,00 €
The PRXVI was faster than all of the fighters of its era except the Messerschmitt Me163 rocket plane and the Me262 jet fighter. Used in many roles – bomber, fighter and photo reconnaissance, the Mosquito was one of the most successful aircraft of the Second World War.
Reference: A07112
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
29,95 €
The Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb was the most widely produced variant of the Mk.V series of Spitfires. Entering service with the RAF in early 1941 the Mk.Vb variant incorporated a number of improvements over earlier Spitfires. A beautiful machine to fly, the Spitfire Mk.Vb is today considered by many to be one of the prettiest and best of the breed.
Reference: A05125
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
18,90 €
Developed from earlier Bf109E variants, the Bf109E-4/N Trop was modified for use in the arid and dusty conditions of the North African desert. The large tropical filter covering the engine’s air intake being the most obvious difference between this and the standard E-4.
Reference: A05122A
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
18,90 €
Classed as one of the best fighters of the war, the Bf109 served from 1938 to 1945 and beyond. After successful campaigns across Poland, France and the Low Countries this E variant was the Spitfire's main adversary across England in 1940. While hampered by its short range, the Messerschmitt acquitted itself well, as it later did over the whole Western Front.
Reference: A05120A
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
19,00 €
The PR.XIX was the final Photo Reconnaissance version of the Spitfire to see active RAF service. Produced by mating features of the Mk.XI Spitfire to the powerful Griffon engine of the XIV, the PR.XIX was one of the fastest and some say best looking of all the Spitfire variants.
Reference: A05119
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
18,20 €
Entering RAF squadron service in 1960, the Lightning represented a quantum leap in capability and performance over the RAF's previous interceptor jets, offering Mach 2+ performance as well as a phenomenal rate of climb. Until its retirement in the 1980s, the Lightning had few rivals for outright speed and climbing ability.
Reference: A09178
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
34,90 €
Considered by many to be the ultimate Spitfire/Seafire variant, the FR.46/47 differed dramatically from R.J Mitchells' orginal design, featuring a chin mounted radiator, contra-rotating propellers, folding wings and short barrelled cannons.
Reference: A06103
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
24,90 €
The Spitfire XII was the first of the Griffon powered Spitfires and excelled in its role of a low level interceptor. Although its career was short, serving from October 1942 to September 1944, the Spitfire XII was still an important variant. Serving in small numbers with two squadrons, the Spitfire XII proved to be a vital step on the development of the...
Reference: A05117
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
19,10 €
The immortal Spitfire entered service in 1938 and remained the RAF's primary fighter until after the end of the Second World War. Designed by R.J. Mitchell, who gained his experience working on the elegant Supermarine Schneider trophy floatplanes, the Spitfire quickly emerged as a world beater upon its introduction.
Reference: A05115a
Manufacturer: Airfix
Scale: 1/48
18,60 €
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